“People have gone shed crazy.”
Why do you want to drive a shed?
“Now then, old fellow, come and SHED A TEAR!”
The effect was fittingly like being in the urban version of a cow shed.
You want me to leave key inside shed?
Today, the biggest Dirft shed is a 1m sq ft facility for Sainsbury’s.
Microfibres shed by synthetic clothing during washing is a growing concern.
At night, sometimes, they could hear stray cats and raccoons fighting in the back of the shed.
When placed on a sunny shed window, this palm-sized power pack will charge up two USB-driven devices.
A shed stick is ordinarily used with the heddle, forming the second, or countershed, opening for the return of the weft.
And in those tears they all shed together, the high and the lowly, melted away all the heart-burnings and anger of the oppressed.
A witness said she saw a number of people, whom she described as migrants, running out of the shed and climbing into the back of the lorry.
Although beating in usually takes place while the shed is changing, it is normally completed before the new shed is fully formed.
Tucked away behind a curtain of tousled ivy, The Shed serves up small, resourceful dishes built with foraged and locally-grown ingredients from the countryside.
Battle managers in the ADS have a unique capability to monitor the air space around the Hawaiian islands at all times, helping to shed shed light within the designated battle space.
Similarly, Modern Shed deviated from its backyard shed product line to unveil a $129,000 tiny home on wheels with an optional office layout that includes seating areas, desks, and a bathroom.
In the early days of the pandemic, remote work seemed like it could strike a nearly fatal blow to the office industry, allowing workers to shed their commutes and companies to shed one of their biggest line items.
I have not shed any tears during the pandemic – not for the mawkish sentimentality around “celebrity” deaths or “heroes”, but I shed a great many reading the first-hand experience of Dr Rachel Clarke and her colleagues (‘I’ve been called Satan’: Dr Rachel Clarke on facing abuse in the Covid crisis, 6 February).
Under Augustine’s influence Grosseteste subscribes to an illuminationist account of human knowledge, according to which human knowledge is understood by analogy to bodily vision: as a body can only be seen if light is shed on it and the eyes, so something can only be known if a spiritual light is shed on it and the mind’s eye.
Old Shed New House, a farm shed on the edge of a North Yorkshire village converted into a “part country cottage, part classical villa”; Pheasants, a glass and Corten steel, modernist riverside home that caused uproar with local residents in traditional Henley; and Ouseburn Road, two houses built side-by-side by neighbours in Newcastle using local bricks, polished concrete and steel in a nod to the region’s industrial heritage, will be other highlights of the series.
- an outbuilding with a single story; used for shelter or storage
- to remove
Example: he shed his image as a pushy boss
- shed at an early stage of development
- pour out in drops or small quantities or as if in drops or small quantities
Example: shed tears
- cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over
- cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers
Example: our dog sheds every Spring
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Old Shed New House a farm shed on the edge of a North Yorkshire village converted into a part country cottage part classical villa Pheasants a glass and Corten steel modernist riverside home that caused uproar with local residents in traditional Henley and Ouseburn Road two houses built side-by-side by neighbours in Newcastle using local bricks polished concrete and steel in a nod to the regions industrial heritage will be other highlights of the series