Did you mayhaps mean rows?
- n. Plural form of tow.
“Millions of Americans struggling for their basic needs are relying on food bonds, standing in tows for hours.”
“They were ascending the current, and pushing their "tows" of two, four, and six long, wide coal-barges fastened in pairs in front of them.”
“a company which gathered them up into "tows," and with powerful steamers dragged them down the river until the sorting grounds were reached, where they were turned into the "booms" to await their time for execution -- in other words, their sawing up.”
“The painting shows the great ship on the Thames, still beautiful though by then too rotten even for her ignominious last service as a "hulk" floating prison, silhouetted against the sunset, as a dirty little steam tug boat tows her to a yard to be broken up for scrap.”
“Mr. Bost also does tow surfing, a similar sport that entails standing on a surfboard while a jet ski tows the rider into two- to five-foot waves.”
“We would have paid CAA over $1000 over the 13 years, instead, we paid a couple hundred or so for a couple tows and, a tire change, and I think once you locked your keys in your car.”
“Not for the rock polishers the simple goal of flying high once the winch, inside a Land Rover-drawn horse box, that tows their graceful-looking gliders 300ft into the sky from the top of Latrigg has finally released them to wander the heavens at will.”
“Though most of his towing is done with a small boat, he occasionally tows bigger loads.”
“The play tows the line between autobiography and documentary theater.”
“There were these tows ropes that pulled you back up to the top of the hill!”
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