cowshed cowshed


  • (n) a barn for cows



  1. It stood above a cowshed and what looked like storage rooms for fodder, and over a long room with an antique-looking printing press.
  2. Then a soldier came into the cowshed and said there were some more bodies out side.
  3. But there were also openings along the cowshed walls, which the players had to defend like goalies.


  • 'Election' massacres of Muslims darken India immigration debate

    By Frank Jack Daniel NARAYANGURI, India (Reuters) - From his hiding place in a cowshed, Sefaqul Islam watched as masked gunmen moved through his village, shot women and children dead with automatic rifles and tossed wounded survivors into the blazing remains of their homes. The cattle herder's sister and seven-year-old nephew were among 41 Muslims killed by suspected tribal militants last week ...
    on May 9, 2014     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News


  1. Queensland Nationals Senator Ron Boswell, who made a pilgrimage to Sir Joh's bedside this week, said: "Queensland has lost a true champion; a humble man who started work living in a cowshed and finished in the highest office in Queensland. I have...
    on Apr 23, 2005 By: Ron Boswell Source: Advertiser Adelaide

  2. "We're so popular, we've managed to fill the biggest cowshed in Ireland," said Clarkson, ever the wind-up merchant.
    on Nov 27, 2008 By: Jeremy Clarkson Source: Irish Times

  3. "We wanted things you wouldn't expect on a boat - Cowshed products, decent-sized cupboards and a kitchen where you can sit with a glass of wine, watch the chef and get involved," says Zoë.
    on May 31, 2008 By: Zoe Ball Source: Times Online

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