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Lawn

A lawn is an area of land planted with grasses or (rarely) other durable plants, which are maintained at a short height and used for aesthetic and recreational purposes. Common characteristics of a lawn are that it is composed only of grass species, it is subject to weed and pest control, it is subject to practices aimed at maintaining its green c...
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Lawn

• (n.) An open space between woods. • (n.) Ground (generally in front of or around a house) covered with grass kept closely mown.
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lawn

<microbiology> A uniform and uninterrupted layer of bacterial growth, in which individual colonies cannot be observed. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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lawn

noun a field of cultivated and mowed grass
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Lawn

Lawn (lan) noun [ Middle English laund , launde , French lande heath, moor; of Celtic origin; confer W. llan an open, clear place, llawnt a smooth rising hill, lawn, Armor. lann or lan territory, country, lann a prickly plant, plural lannou...
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Lawn

Lawn noun [ Earlier laune lynen , i. e., lawn linen ; probably from the town Laon in France.] A very fine linen (or sometimes cotton) fabric with a rather open texture. Lawn is used for the sleeves of a bishop's official dress in the English Church, and, figuratively, stands for the ...
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Lawn

A fine, somewhat porous fabric made from cotton or linen, originating in Laon, France. Lawn is more crisp than voile, but less than organdy, and is often found in summery blouses and dresses.
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Lawn

A light, fine cloth made using carded or combed linen or cotton yarns. The fabric has a crease-resistant, crisp finish. Linen lawn is synonymous with handkerchief linen. Cotton lawn is a similar type of fabric, which can be white, solid colored, or printed.
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Lawn

A light, fine cloth made using carded or combed, linen or cotton yarns. The fabric has a crease-resistant, crisp finish. Linen lawn is synonymous with handkerchief linen. Cotton lawn is a similar type of fabric, which can be white, solid colored, or printed.
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lawn

A light, fine cloth made using carded or combed, linen or cotton yarns. The fabric has a crease-resistant, crisp finish.
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Lawn

A semi-crisp, finely woven, smooth, plain weave cotton or occasionally linen. It is primarily used in dresses, blouses, collars, and cuffs and heirloom sewing. It is also a very comfortable underling or lining.
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Lawn

A sheer evenweave fabric given a variety of finishes.
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Lawn

A uniform and uninterrupted laver of bacterial growth, in which individual colonies cannot be observed.
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Lawn

an area of the garden or wider landscape given over to grass. Initially these would have been roughly scythed and have looked more like tidy meadows, however later a more even look was appreciated and for this reason animals were allowed to graze the grass to keep it short. Extensive areas o...
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lawn

enclosed pasture within forest, originally to provide grazing and hay for deer (P 205); open grassy space in woodland where deer would naturally congregate; sometimes (e.g. in Duffield Frifth) launds appear to have been separately paled and used for mowing grass (R 167); pasture, forest pasture (L 237)
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lawn

enclosed pasture within forest, originally to provide grazing and hay for deer (P 205); open grassy space in woodland where deer would naturally congregate; sometimes (e.g. in Duffield Frifth) launds appear to have been separately paled and used for mowing grass (R 167); pasture, forest pasture (L 237)
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lawn

fine sheer plain-woven cotton or linen
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Lawn

Fine, plain weave fabric, traditionally of cotton on linen.
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lawn

fine-textured turf (q.v.) of grass that is kept mowed.[1 related articles]
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Lawn

Lawn is British slang for the hair.
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lawn

lawn, grass turf or greensward cultivated in private yard or public park. A good lawn, or green, has both beauty and usefulness; its maintenance for golf, tennis, baseball, and other sports is a costly and specialized procedure. It requires good soil, frequent watering and mowing, and occasional rol...
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Lawn

Often used for summery blouses or dresses, this is a fine and slightly porous fabric made from cotton or linen.
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lawn

[n] - a field of cultivated and mowed grass
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