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Related topics: Agriculture, Crops
granarygran‧a‧ry /ˈɡrænəri $ ˈɡreɪ-, ˈɡræ-/ noun (plural granaries) [countable]  TAa place where grain, especially wheat, is stored
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granaryIt is a structure which does not resemble the so-called granary or storage facility at Harappa.For example, the Kornhaus, a former granary in Kronengasse, which is now principally a young people's centre.The U.S. is one of the world's leading granaries.Work began on two new, larger, masonry granaries, although they were situated on the same site.It now houses a refreshment area for visitors to the museum and the granary is used for exhibitions.Back at the granary he persuaded the farm-worker to exchange it for the precious antique.He turned round in an instant, but the silence of the granary mocked him: he was alone.The granary ran low one day, while the masses were still hungry, so Ansovinus ordered the storehouse doors shut.Soloukhin told me of watching a collective-farm worker in a church turned granary.
Related topics: Food
GranaryGranary adjective [only before noun] trademark British English  DFGranary bread is bread which contains whole grains of wheat
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GranaryThe locks and warehouses behind the City Station have been restored as Granary Wharf.
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