s barnyard

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  • We are on our way up to Farmer Brown's barnyard now to look for some. Cited from The Burgess Bird Book for Children, T. Burgess
  • If the snow gets too deep I'll just go up to Farmer Brown's barnyard. Cited from The Burgess Bird Book for Children, T. Burgess
  • Little by little she led him across the White Meadows back towards Farmer Brown's barnyard. Cited from Mother West Wind's Children, by Thornton W. Burgess
  • They may receive the drainage from a farmer's barnyard, or the sewage from some house. Cited from The Child's Day, by Woods Hutchinson
  • The village inhabited by this clan was built upon ground which now constitutes my uncle's barnyard and orchard. Cited from Edgar Huntly, by Charles Brockden Brown
  • Mother and Father Pigeon lived with their two young pigeons in their home, built high on a post in the king's barnyard. Cited from Mother Stories, by Maud Lindsay
  • At last chance, or his nose for good living, led him down to the clover meadow adjoining Anderson's barnyard. Cited from Children of the Wild, by Charles G. D. Roberts
  • There is still one more member of the order Ungulata and this one is in a way related to another member of Farmer Brown's barnyard. Cited from The Burgess Animal Book for Children, by Burgess 2
  • Over in the farmer's barnyard a hen was cackling, but in the woods not a sound could be heard. Cited from Exciting Adventures of Mister Robert Robin, by Ben Field
  • A long lane leads from Farmer Brown's barnyard down to his cornfield on the Green Meadows. Cited from The Burgess Bird Book for Children, T. Burgess
  • Afterward Kenny thought that Nellie must have ambled into the doctor's barnyard and turned herself, for he had no memory of guiding her. Cited from Kenny, by Leona Dalrymple
  • In winter, when it is cold and snowy in the northern counties of our state, these deer often come into the farmer's barnyard to nibble at the hay. Cited from Stories of California, by Ella M. Sexton
  • In the latter part of the 16th century it was still being held in the former priory's barnyard, still took place around the feast day of St Mary Magdalene, and ran for five days.
  • I shut my eyes and huddled low in the robes for protection against the bitter wind, and I did not open them again till we turned into Hazen's barnyard, ploughing through the unpacked snow. Cited from O Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1919, by Various
  • The ordinary chicken that is fattened on unspeakable filth in the farmer's barnyard, and finds its way to your table via the huckster-shipper-commission-man-retailer route cannot compare with one of mine. Cited from How To Write Special Feature Articles, by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
  • As a result, the area is still occasionally referred to as "Thomson's Barnyard" or "The Farmyard Patch".
  • In the late nineteenth century, a kame in the farm's barnyard was excavated for gravel and found to contain multiple burials and artifacts, which have since been assessed as dating from the Cole period.
  • Among the flock of geese that toddled in and out of Farmer Hardy's barnyard last winter, hissing in protest at the ice which covered the pond so that there was no chance of a swimming match, was one remarkable neither for its beauty, nor its grace. Cited from The Little Gold Miners of the Sierras and Other Stories, by Various
  • He had not yet forgiven that boisterous rowdy for not having warned him, when Mr. Red-shouldered Hawk was sailing about over Farmer Green's barnyard, and Jasper had to seek safety in the chicken house. Cited from The Tale of Jasper Jay, by Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Two or three of the more worldly-minded ones will perhaps stroll over to a neighbor's barnyard, and take a look at his young stock, and talk of prices, and whittle a little; and very likely some two of them will make a conditional "swop" of "three likely ye'rlings" for a pair of "two-year-olds." Cited from Dream Life, by Donald G. Mitchell