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Synonyms for granary

a storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed

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5 million farmers have also built homemade granaries that are off the ground to achieve cubic grain storage.
Some granaries had a cat flap or a recess inside which served as a dog kennel, just in case rats did find their way in.
by Abasin Zaheer on 8 July, 2014 - 15:46 KABUL (Pajhwok): The Meshrano Jirga -- or upper house of parliament -- on Tuesday rejected the government's proposal to convert Soviet-era granaries (silos) into a corporation.
I very much enjoyed Amar Grover's piece in the August issue of Geographical about Morocco's Berber heritage (The Berber inheritance) and to learn about Dr Salima Naji's work in preserving the country's crumbling fortress granaries.
Their granaries not full but clean Who hears the daisy The lord in his
Summary: Rabat - Moroccan Journalist and presenter of the monthly "Grand Angle" magazine, Najlae Benmbarekn, got on Monday the international Prize of the Mediterranean documentary for her film "les Forts de l'Atlas" (the Fortified Granaries of the Atlas).
THE SOURCE: "Evidence for Food Storage and Predomestication Granaries 11,000 Years Ago in the Jordan Valley" by Ian Kuijt and Bill Finlayson, in Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, July 7, 2009.
1] near the Dead Sea in Jordan have uncovered remnants of four sophisticated granaries built between 11,300 and 11,175 years ago, about a millennium before domesticated plants were known to have been cultivated there, say Ian Kuijt of the University of Notre Dame in Indiana and Bill Finlayson of the Council for British Research in the Levant in Amman, Jordan.
Washington, June 23 (ANI): A new study has determined that it apparently took a long time to get the Agricultural Revolution off the ground, with discoveries at a Jordan site indicating that ancient granaries, more than 11,000 years old, preceded the advent of modern agriculture.
One of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal policies offered temporary grain storage in the form of what we called "government granaries.
Excavations at Vindolanda are revealing two massive granaries whose quality even outshone the nearby commanding officer's quarters.
The 110 tonne crane - which stands at 42 metres - will help demolish one of Glasgow's biggest landmarks, the Meadowside Granaries, at the city's harbour.
The aggregate capacity of granaries will grow more than fivefold - from the existing 40 to 210 thousand tons, once the facilities are commissioned.
In response to the need for a secure place to store their surplus food and valuables, the local Berber communities developed communal, usually fortified, granaries.
They were originally used as supports for the bases of wooden granaries; the idea was to lift the granaries above ground level, thereby protecting the stored grain from water seepage and vermin.