cowshed


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Synonyms for cowshed

a barn for cows

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Over that time it has been a coach house, a secondary school woodwork room, a hardware store and a cowshed.
Priced PS20-PS24 for full-sized bottles at Cowshed.
And the cowshed in question is now a luxury self-catering holiday home - and an impressive beast she is too.
Just a few miles north of Padstow is the luxury St Moritz Hotel which includes a Cowshed You can own shelling spa, offering everything from soothing facials to all over body scrubs.
Both new clients were won through competitive pitches that saw Cowshed up against some of the biggest communication agencies in Wales.
United Airlines and Cowshed Spa said they are joining together in a partnership to bring travelers contemporary new amenities onboard and at more than a dozen United airport lounges worldwide.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 8, 2015-United Airlines joins with Soho House's Cowshed Spa to bring amenities onboard
The attack, which took place at dawn, left eight cows dead while nine others were badly injured according to the owner of the cowshed.
Pfizer will shift its headquarters from Jogeshwari, which was next to a cowshed.
A WOMAN was abducted by five men from a bus in Hissar on Friday and was taken to a cowshed where they raped her.
Even with the most stringent of routines, imperfections can still be visible due to blemishes, Hand Gels, PS7 cowshed.
The Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) in Harayana has ordered a 23-year-old man, who was found guilty of raping and abducting a minor in 2007, to take care of animals at a local cowshed for six months.
The event, to which visitors will be welcome, marks the opening of a new clubhouse, which replaces the converted cowshed used since 1992.
IT IS time for Tranmere to consider returning the team's most vocal supporters to their traditional home in the Cowshed Stand, says Rovers historian Peter Bishop.