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When did churchill go to Harrow school?

Winston Churchill entered the boy's school, Harrow School, on April  17, 1888. In 1893, he left Harrow and attended the Royal Military  College in Sandhurst, though he faile (MORE)
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What does the word harrowing mean?

The word harrowing has two meanings, depending on context. It is either an agricultural term, meaning to plough over ground, or it can mean a particularly distressing experien (MORE)

What is harrow cricket bat?

A Harrow cricket bats suit batsmen of the ages of 12 to14 , or (5'6" - 5'9" tall)   Its length is 32 3/4" long and 4 1/6" wide.
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How big is a harrow cricket bat?

  Harrow cricket bats suit batsmen at the 12 - 14 age range (5'6" - 5'9" tall)   The bat length is 32 and 3/4" long and 4 and 1/6" wide.   Owzat!   Information fr (MORE)

What is harrowing and it importance in agriculture?

Harrowing is breaking up the top few inches of soil or loosening up plant litter, or breaking up cow patties to allow better aeration. It's only importance to agriculture is t (MORE)

What is a harrow?

A harrow is a device with a heavy framework and several discs or teeth, which can be dragged along ploughed land to break up soil.
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What is harrower?

  Not harrower... a harrow.     A harrow is a farming implement that features numerous sharp steel hooks or tines.   It is dragged behind a draft animal, or a t (MORE)

What is harrowing?

  Harrowing is like A farm implement consisting of a heavy frame with sharp teeth or upright disks, used to break up and even off plowed ground.