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  • noun Plural form of yeard.

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Examples

  • Luckily, we do have Farmers 'Markets as well as back yeards where, increasingly, folks are "growing their own."

    mexican food

  • Luckily, we do have Farmers 'Markets as well as back yeards where, increasingly, folks are "growing their own."

    mexican food

  • He called in a monster, who came hauling up a hill no more thqan 10 yeards in front of us.

    How to Draw Down on a Turkey

  • Luckily, we do have Farmers 'Markets as well as back yeards where, increasingly, folks are "growing their own."

    mexican food

  • Luckily, we do have Farmers 'Markets as well as back yeards where, increasingly, folks are "growing their own."

    mexican food

  • Our wonderful state government here in WI tried passing that here about 8 or so yeards ago.

    What's Up with Pennsylvania

  • He called in a monster, who came hauling up a hill no more thqan 10 yeards in front of us.

    How to Draw Down on a Turkey

  • Luckily, we do have Farmers 'Markets as well as back yeards where, increasingly, folks are "growing their own."

    mexican food

  • Our wonderful state government here in WI tried passing that here about 8 or so yeards ago.

    What's Up with Pennsylvania

  • Luckily, we do have Farmers 'Markets as well as back yeards where, increasingly, folks are "growing their own."

    mexican food

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