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1. Not quite Eton or Harrow with incense thrown in, but close to it.
2. The one-day Eton v Harrow match at Lord's on June 24 ended in a draw.
3. Did I say "Harlow"? Sorry, I meant "Harrow". It was just a slip of the tongue.
4. The most incredible case involved a guy in Harrow who was advertising for men as a blonde woman called Susannah.
5. I have challenged the prospective Labour candidate in Harrow, West to do so, but he has not bothered to reply.
6. The lane between Somersby and Harrington is very harrow and, in summertime, shaded by dark green foliage.
7. You can pick out a furrow after the harrow has gone over it.
8. At Harrow, he failed the entrance examination.
9. A heavy harrow for breaking clods of earth.
10. I first went to Harrow in the summer term.
11. For example, Eton College and Harrow School.
12. She was kept under the harrow.
13. I'll take the iron harrow to the field.
14. To work ( soil ) with a disk harrow.
15. The ox to the harrow go.
16. I did not harrow our hostess with all that.
17. As a kind of disk harrow(sentencedict.com), the offset harrow has its own advantages and disadvantages.
18. Combining the working principle of plough and harrow in agriculture that can realize to mix and comminute all kinds of material.
19. He is removing weeds with a harrow in the rice field.
20. He to Harrow and to Trinity College, Cambridge, where , amongst other eccentricities, he kept a bear.
21. Instead, at Harrow School, founded in 1572, graduating boys have a black-tie 'Leavers Feast' with their parents in the school dining hall.
23. The young man was killed after becoming entangled in the unguarded rotors of a power harrow while attempting to remove a stone.
24. The service remains in a pit of despair compounded by underfunding and the closure of specialist resources such as Peper Harrow.
25. He is now pursuing his clinical and research interests in diabetes and metabolism at the Clinical Research Centre, Harrow.
26. I drank at stone, at iron of plough and harrow.
27. There were legs flying in all directions as Moby dashed around on the front lawn of Bradley's smart surgery near Harrow.
28. The most eminent ones, are called by the name of the town or village in which they are situated. The four most famous of all are Eton College, Harrow School, Winchester College and Rugby School.
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29. The 10 mm ×10 mm ×55 mm specimens and the 200 mm diameter 6 mm thickness harrow disk are made of the steel.
30. To break up and level ( soil or land ) with harrow.