Yard

A yard (abbreviation: yd) is a unit of length in the imperial and United States customary systems of measurement. Historically a yard was also used in other systems of units. The yard is equal to 3 feet or 36 inches. Under an agreement in 1959 between Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States, the yard ...
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Yard

The horizontal spar from which a square sail is suspended.
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yard

(from the article `British Imperial System`) ...Winchester, after the ancient capital of Britain, where the 10th-century Saxon king Edgar the Peaceable kept a royal bushel measure and quite ... ...ordinance entitled `Assize of Weights and Measures` defined a broad list of units and standards so successfully that it remained in...
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Yard

(US Currency and Slang) - 100 dollars.
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yard

[n] - a unit of length equal to 3 feet 2. [n] - a tract of land enclosed for particular activities (sometimes paved and usually associated with buildings) 3. [n] - an area having a network of railway tracks and sidings for storage and maintenance of cars and engines 4. [n] - the enclosed land around a house or other building 5. [...
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Yard

• (n.) A place where moose or deer herd together in winter for pasture, protection, etc. • (v. i.) A branch; a twig. • (n.) An inclosure; usually, a small inclosed place in front of, or around, a house or barn; as, a courtyard; a cowyard; a barnyard. • (n.) An inclosure within which any work or business is carried on; as, a dock...
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yard

curtilage noun the enclosed land around a house or other building; `it was a small house with almost no yard`
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yard

noun an enclosure for animals (as chicken or livestock)
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Yard

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Yard

[land] A yard is an area of land immediately adjacent to a building or a group of buildings. It may be either enclosed or open. The word comes from the same linguistic root as the word garden and has many of the same meanings. A number of derived words exist, usually tied to a particular usage or building type. Some may be archaic or in les...
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yard

[Noun] Plural form: yards. A unit of length equal to 91.4 centimetres or 36 inches.
Example: I'm very lucky as I live 200 yards from the beach.
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Yard

[sailing] A yard is a spar on a mast from which sails are set. It may be constructed of timber or steel or from more modern materials like aluminium or carbon fibre. Although some types of fore and aft rigs have yards (see below), the term is usually used to describe the horizontal spars used on square rigged sails. In addition, for some de...
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YARD

[software] YARD, is an embedded documentation generator for the Ruby programming language. It analyzes the Ruby source code, generating a structured collection of pages for Ruby objects and methods. Code comments can be added in a natural style. YARD is useful even if the target source code does not contain explicit comments. YARD will stil...
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Yard

Yard noun [ Middle English yerd , Anglo-Saxon gierd , gyrd , a rod, stick, a measure, a yard; akin to OFries. ierde , Old Saxon gerda , Dutch garde , German gerte , Old High German gartia , gerta , gart , Icelandic gaddr...
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Yard

Yard transitive verb To confine (cattle) to the yard; to shut up, or keep, in a yard; as, to yard cows.
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yard

$100
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yard

1. A rod; a stick; a staff. 'If men smote it with a yerde.' (Chaucer) ... 2. A branch; a twig. 'The bitter frosts with the sleet and rain Destroyed hath the green in every yerd.' (Chaucer) ... 3. A long piece of timber, as a rafter, etc. ... 4. A measure of length, equaling three feet, or thirty-six inches, being the standard of English and America...
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Yard

A billion. It can refer to anything, volume or value...more on Yard
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yard

A long tapering spar slung to a mast to support and spread the head of a square sail, lugsail, or lateen.
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Yard

A rod or spar fastened across a mast to support a sail.
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yard

A spar to which a sail is attached and used to hoist it up the mast.
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yard

a system of tracks within a certain area used for making up trains, storing cars, placing cars to be loaded or unloaded, etc.
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YARD

A timber held at an angle to the mast to spread a sail. YARD-ARM
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yard

A unit of distance equal to 3 feet (36 inches) or 0.9144 meters. The name originates with the old German word gazdaz for a staff or stick, which could be used for measurement. This changed to gierd in old English and eventually to yard. The yard-arm of a sailing ship – a tapered spar used to s...
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yard

A yard is exactly 0.9144 metre.
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