What is harrow?

  • (noun): A cultivator that pulverizes or smoothes the soil.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on harrow:

List Of Districts In Harrow
... This is a list of districts in the London Borough of Harrow Belmont Canons Park Greenhill Harrow Harrow on the Hill Harrow Weald Hatch End Headstone Kenton (also partly in the London Borough of Brent ...
List Of People From Harrow - Notable Residents - Journalism and The Media
... Alagiah, BBC newsreader and journalist lives in Harrow Weald Mrs Beeton, the first celebrity cook, lived in Uxbridge Road, Hatch End Joe Colquhoun, Comics writer ... lived in Pinner Claire Rayner, journalist and agony aunt, lived at Harrow on the Hill Clive Anderson, Lawyer and chat show host, was schooled at then Harrow County ...
Lurline Champagnie
... Lurline Champagnie is a Conservative Party councillor in the London Borough of Harrow, England, past Mayor of Harrow, and a candidate for the Conservative Party nomination for Mayor of London ... She is a member of the Conservative Harrow Cabinet Local Government ...
List Of People From Harrow - Military - Politics and Government
... Diane Abbott, politician, grew up in Harrow Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister, attended Harrow School beginning 1888 Tony McNulty, politician lived sometime in Harrow ...
Harrow, Victoria
... Harrow is a town in the Wimmera region of western Victoria, Australia ... At the 2011 census, Harrow and the surrounding area had a population of 315 ... opened on 1 March 1849 as Upper Glenelg (Harrow from 1854) ...

More definitions of "harrow":

  • (verb): Draw a harrow over (land).
    Synonyms: disk

Famous quotes containing the word harrow:

    “Who cares what they say? It’s a nice way to live,
    Just taking what Nature is willing to give,
    Not forcing her hand with harrow and plow.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)