Ploughshare

  • 1 Ploughshare — may refer to the following:* Ploughshare an alternative spelling of Plowshare * Ploughshares , an American literary journal *Operation Plowshare *Plowshares Movement *Plowshare bone, in the anatomy of birds it is the pygostyle or vomer… …

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  • 2 ploughshare — ► NOUN ▪ the main cutting blade of a plough …

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  • 3 ploughshare — UK [ˈplaʊˌʃeə(r)] / US [ˈplaʊˌʃer] noun [countable] Word forms ploughshare : singular ploughshare plural ploughshares the curved blade of a plough …

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  • 4 Ploughshare — Plowshare Plow share , Ploughshare Plough share , n. The share of a plow, or that part which cuts the slice of earth or sod at the bottom of the furrow. [1913 Webster] {Plowshare bone} (Anat.), the pygostyle. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 ploughshare — noun the main cutting blade of a plough, behind the coulter. Origin ME: from plough + OE scær, scear ploughshare (rel. to shear) …

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  • 6 ploughshare — plough|share BrE plowshare AmE [ˈplauʃeə US ʃer] n 1.) the broad curved metal blade of a ↑plough, which turns over the soil 2.) turn/beat swords into ploughshares to stop fighting and start living in peace …

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  • 7 ploughshare — [[t]pla͟ʊʃeə(r)[/t]] ploughshares PHRASE: V inflects If you say that swords have been turned into ploughshares or beaten into ploughshares, you mean that a state of conflict between two or more groups of people has ended and a period of peace has …

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  • 8 ploughshare — scear …

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  • 9 ploughshare — BrE usually plowshare AmE noun (C) the broad curved metal blade of a plough, which turns over the soil …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 10 ploughshare — /ˈplaʊʃɛə/ (say plowshair) noun the share of a plough which cuts the slice of earth and raises it to the mouldboard. Also, Chiefly US, plowshare …

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  • 11 ploughshare — n. the cutting blade of a plough …

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  • 12 ploughshare-headed dolphins — trumpagalviai delfinai statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas gentis apibrėžtis Gentyje 6 rūšys. Paplitimo arealas – visi vandenynai, išskyrus arktines ir antarktines jūras. atitikmenys: lot. Lagenorhynchus angl. ploughshare headed …

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  • 13 scear — ploughshare …

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  • 14 Plough — Plow redirects here. For the Canadian soldier, see Edward Chester Plow. Plowman redirects here. For the surname, see Plowman (surname). Furrow redirects here. For other uses, see Furrow (disambiguation). For other uses, see Plough… …

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  • 16 Dstl — The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is an Executive Agency of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD). It operates as a Trading Fund, owned by the Secretary of State for Defence, Des Browne. Responsibility for Dstl lies with the… …

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  • 17 ὕνει — ὕνις ploughshare fem nom/voc/acc dual (attic epic) ὕνεϊ , ὕνις ploughshare fem dat sg (epic) ὕνις ploughshare fem dat sg (attic ionic) …

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  • 18 Porton Down — is a United Kingdom government and military science park. It is situated slightly northeast of Porton near Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. To the northwest lies the MoD Boscombe Down test range facility which is operated by QinetiQ. On maps,… …

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  • 19 Early Middle Ages — The Early Middle Ages is a period in the history of Europe following the fall of the Western Roman Empire spanning roughly five centuries from AD 500 to 1000. [Events used to mark the period s beginning include the sack of Rome by the Goths (410) …

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  • 20 Richardis — Infobox Saint name=Saint Richardis birth date=c. 840 death date=18 September, c. 895 feast day=18 September venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize= caption= birth place= death place=Andlau, Alsace titles=Holy Roman Empress beatified date=… …

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