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hut

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spill

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sack

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to send out heat, light, or energy

to cast off by a natural process

Synonyms for shed

an outbuilding with a single story

pour out in drops or small quantities or as if in drops or small quantities

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cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over

shed at an early stage of development

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There is a big cowshed which is 60 by 40 metres and that is going to be where the main stage is, and then we are going to have the sheep shearing shed as the VIP area where we will give them food and drink.
Grants will also support conversion of the Glen Roy Shearing Shed in Coonawarra to an interactive community facility focused on food and wine, along with construction of a purpose-built cellar door at Ngeringa Vineyards at Mount Barker.
Friends and colleagues in the shearing shed staged their own minute's silence for Gareth yesterday lunchtime.
The Royal Welsh is now a series of separate shows within one major one with the forestry section, shearing shed, young farmers' enclosure and other sections attracting huge crowds.
So money raised from Meirionnydd's Royal Welsh appeal will be put towards a new sheep shearing shed at Llanelwedd.
Farmers rely on energy to power dairy plants, irrigation operations, shearing sheds and in horticulture refrigerators and packing sheds.
She has previously spent three months travelling and working in New Zealand, in particular she worked in shearing sheds, grading the wool as it was being clipped, penning sheep and pressing wool.
Throughout the Depression years spanning the 1930s Cameron was able to gain reasonably regular work in shearing sheds across south-eastern Australia--and even in New Zealand.