granary : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed
- Terrified natives opened their granary to the armed trespassers, knowing that meant some of their own people would likely starve come winter.
- The American Midwest is essentially the granary of the world, supplying corn, wheat and other crops to markets from Chile to China.
- Like generations of farmers before them, Ralph Erenzo and Brian Lee keep a still at their Hudson Valley granary and use it to concoct a corn bourbon with a smooth creamy flavor and .
News & Articles
- Save the Bridge
A special "Save the Bridge" meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 19 at the Rapp-Owen Granary, located at 413 W. Granary Street in New Harmony, Ind.
June 19, 2013 - The Carmi Times
- Antonin Scalia in Church Executive Magazine
Pleasant Grove City "can safely exhale," Scalia wrote. "Its residents and visitors can now return to enjoying Pioneer Park 's wishing well, its historic granary -- and, yes, even its Ten Commandments monument -- without fear that they are...
- Rajendra Pachauri in Daily Times
That region is really the granary of South Asia,said Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the IPCC, referring to the northern part of the Indian subcontinent that relies on waters from the mountains.
- Lula da Silva in Fresh News
What for others is a crisis, Brazil has to face as an opportunity to truly transform ourselves into the granary of the world,Lula told a gathering Wednesday in the southern city of Curitiba.