Straw

The dried remains of fine-stemmed plants from which the seed has been removed in threshing.

Straw

[color] Albums by Michael Stearns. ...
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Straw

[colour] Straw ɔː is a colour, a tone of pale yellow, the colour of straw. The first recorded use of straw as a colour name in English was in 1589. ==Straw in nature== The name of the colour straw is used as an adjective in the names of birds and other animals with such colouring to describe their appearance, including: ...
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straw

[adj] - of a pale yellow color like straw 2. [n] - plant fiber used e.g. for making baskets and hats or as fodder 3. [n] - a thin paper or plastic tube used to such liquids into the mouth 4. [v] - cover or provide with or as if with straw
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Straw

That part of the crop that is left after thrashing the grain. It may be baled for use as stock bedding or low grade feed or chopped and incorporated to help improve soil structure.
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Straw

The by product of wheat, being the stalk, left over from the production of grain. Uses: Thatching - roof covering with a short life (20+ yrs) Loose - bedding for livestock, then composted Tied - coil mats, bee skeps.
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STRAW

Staging System for Reproductive Aging in Women
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Straw

Straw transitive verb To spread or scatter. See Strew , and Strow . Chaucer.
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Straw

Straw noun [ Middle English straw , stre , stree , Anglo-Saxon streáw , from the root of English strew ; akin to OFries. strē , Dutch stroo , German stroh , Old High German strō , Icelandic strā , Danish
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straw

1. A stalk or stem of certain species of grain, pulse, etc, especially of wheat, rye, oats, barley, more rarely of buckwheat, beans, and pease. ... 2. The gathered and thrashed stalks of certain species of grain, etc.; as, a bundle, or a load, of rye straw. ... 3. Anything proverbially worthless; the least possible thing; a mere trifle. 'I set not ...
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straw

adjective of a pale yellow color like straw; straw colored
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straw

drinking straw noun a thin paper or plastic tube used to such liquids into the mouth
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straw

noun plant fiber used e.g. for making baskets and hats or as fodder
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Straw

• (n.) A stalk or stem of certain species of grain, pulse, etc., especially of wheat, rye, oats, barley, more rarely of buckwheat, beans, and pease. • (v. t.) To spread or scatter. See Strew, and Strow. • (n.) The gathered and thrashed stalks of certain species of grain, etc.; as, a bundle, or a load, of rye straw. • (n.) Anythi...
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straw

the stalks of grasses, particularly of such cereal grasses as wheat, oats, rye, barley, and buckwheat. When used collectively, the term straw ... [3 related articles]
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straw

straw, dried stalks of threshed grains, especially wheat, barley, oats, and rye. It has been used from antiquity for bedding, covering floors, and thatching roofs, as fodder and litter for animals, and in weaving such articles as mats, screens, baskets, ornaments and hangings, hats, sandals, fans, a...
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Straw

[disambiguation] Straw is an agricultural by-product of cereal plants. Straw may also refer to: == Entertainment == == Science == == People == == Places == == See also == ...
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Straw

Straw is an agricultural by-product, the dry stalks of cereal plants, after the grain and chaff have been removed. Straw makes up about half of the yield of cereal crops such as barley, oats, rice, rye and wheat. It has many uses, including fuel, livestock bedding and fodder, thatching and basket-making. It is usually gathered and stored in a stra...
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Straw

The plant matter left over after the seeds are removed.
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Straw

stems of certain species of grain, chiefly wheat, rye, oats, and barley, baled dry and used for bedding livestock.
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Straw

the stems of wheat, barlely, or oat plants which are cut and baled and often used for animal bedding. Sometimes, straw is fed to animals.
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Straw

[card game] Straw (a.k.a. `Straw: The Game that Broke the Camel`s Back`) is an Arabian-nights-themed card game designed by Richard James (of Evertide Games) and published by Alderac Entertainment Group in 2008, with artwork by Octographics. The game is packaged with a rule book in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, but the cards...
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Straw

[cryogenic storage] A cryopreservation straw is a small storage device used for the cryogenic storage of liquid samples, often in a biobank or collection of sample. Their most common application is for storage of sperm for in-vitro fertilization. Ideally they should be made of a material that is chemically inert, biocompatible and have phys...
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