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NGSL Rank: 1664
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  • a unit of linear measure equal to 3 feet (0.9144 metre).
    E.g. a full skirt that took twenty yards of cloth
  • a cylindrical spar, tapering to each end, slung across a ship's mast for a sail to hang from.
  • 100 dollars; a 100 dollar bill.
    E.g. it cost two hundred up front—one yard for Maurice, one for the girl
  • a piece of uncultivated ground adjoining a building, typically one enclosed by walls or other buildings.
    E.g. tiny houses with the lavatory in the yard
  • an area of land used for a particular purpose or business.
    E.g. a builder's yard
  • a house and the land attached.
  • (especially among expatriate Jamaicans) home; Jamaica.
    E.g. life in Yard is no Caribbean holiday
  • store or transport (wood) in or to a timber yard.
    E.g. he is the last logger to be using a sled for yarding logs
  • put (farm animals) into an enclosure.
    E.g. sheep should be yarded even in the spring
  • (of moose) gather as a herd for the winter.
    E.g. they note changes in the numbers of moose yarding together

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