(p. p. & a.) Cut down by mowing, as grass; deprived of grass by mowing; as, a mown field.
(1) Many of Long’s pieces are fragile and fleeting: a stripe of un-mown grass in an otherwise close cropped lawn at the Henry Moore foundation , a misty circle in Scotland that lasted only until the day warmed up, a stripe of green grass left by plucking daisies, or paintings in wet mud that dry out and crumble.
(2) In two grazing experiments carried out in 1982 and 1983 the prophylactic effect on gastro-intestinal helminthiasis of a single ivermectin treatment of calves 3 weeks after turnout was studied in animals which were turned out early on contaminated pasture and in calves which were turned out late on mown pasture.
(3) After thorough cleaning and decontamination of fecings and cages and burning of the mown grass during the period from August 1971 to April 1972, the park was repopulated with deer free from tuberculosis.
(4) Quickly the lights went on and different witnesses described the clear ripple effect of the crowd – “like a gust of wind through wheat” – as people were mown down by gunfire and rows of people dropped to the ground.
(5) And then the car just carried on up the bridge and I just looked around and was really in shock.” Radosław Sikorski, a former Polish foreign minister, saw at least five people lying on the ground after being “mown down” by a car.
(6) West Wittering, West Sussex The approach to these sands is through gorgeous, open Sussex countrysid and there are acres of neatly mown grass where visitors can park before heading for the beach – all 54 acres of it.
(7) Doing the same job, his grandmother had been mown down by automatic gunfire and his father blown to pieces by a suicide bomber in separate incidents with separate causes, seven years apart.
(8) (It took another three years for the United States to catch up, when an unfortunate pensioner was mown down by a horseless taxicab in New York .)
(9) A study was undertaken to ascertain the prophylactic effect on gastrointestinal helminthiasis of (1) a single ivermectin treatment of calves 3 weeks after a late turnout on mown pasture and (2) two ivermectin treatments of calves 3 and 8 weeks after an early turnout.
(10) Any who pause to suggest some plans might be good for patients will be mown down in the stampede.
(11) Late turnout on mown pasture without anthelmintic treatment was not enough to prevent heavy infections.
(12) In an appendix catches of four spore types by the Hirst and Burkard (field model) spore traps operating over mown grass were compared.
(13) Yet the four clips released by CBS did not back up O’Reilly’s repeated claims in recent years that Argentinian forces had mown down protesters with live ammunition, and that O’Reilly himself had seen several demonstrators being shot and killed.
(14) They don't have to grow crops or keep animals on the land to get their money, but they do have to keep it mown.
(15) Productivity of the strain when inoculating the medium with the aerial-dry inoculum was studied as compared to the inoculation by the inoculum taken from the mown agar.
(16) There were shouts of “Murderers!” and “Resign!” as Valls and two other ministers left the seafront, where a huge crowd gathered to remember the 84 people mown down by the truck driver, Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel.
(17) The single ivermectin treatment after a late turnout on mown pasture appeared to be an effective control measure for infections of Cooperia and, in particular, Ostertagia.
(18) Those who live in crowded flats, surrounded by concrete, mown grass and other people’s property, cannot escape their captivity without breaking the law.
(19) Photograph: David Sillitoe for the Guardian Perhaps I was seeing things through Inoki’s eyes or maybe it was simply spring, with the waft of freshly mown grass and cherry blossom on the breeze, but I began to marvel at the grace of CMK’s broad boulevards.
(20) Then, in 2008, diggers were savaged by police dogs, mown down by helicopter machine guns or buried alive.
(p. p.) of Sow
() p. p. of Sow.
(1) "They have sown confusion in police departments about when to make arrests, made it more difficult for prosecutors to bring charges in cases of deadly violence and, most importantly, they have been responsible for a major increase in so-called 'justifiable homicides.'
(2) There was some fertile ground in which that grotesque lie could be sown.
(3) The financial crash caused by treating housing as a speculative commodity made things worse, but the truth is that the seeds of the crisis have been sown over many years.
(4) In the case of mutation assays, presoaked rice seeds were treated with 100, 200 or 300 ppm 2,4-D for 4 h and sown in the field.
(5) Using seed mixes selected specifically for their compatibility and adaptation to specific conditions, the plantings are sown direct as mixes and allowed to evolve rather than planted as individuals in a more conventional manner.
(6) A method of skin transplantation is presented whereby a wound may be successively sown with epithelium by the repeated transfer of the same strips of split thickness skin.
(7) The resistant colony type usually observed in the inhibition zones seldom arise directly by mutation from a cell sown in the area of the zone of inhibition.
(8) Only the truth that in life we have spoken Only the seed that in life we have sown.
(9) These days, rat poison is not just sown in the earth by the truckload, it is rained from helicopters that track the rats with radar – in 2011 80 metric tonnes of poison-laced bait were dumped on to Henderson Island, home to one of the last untouched coral reefs in the South Pacific.
(10) The seeds of the hatred that drove him to murder his MP, Jo Cox, appear to have been sown years earlier, when he began to acquire the means to kill.
(11) Greece's economy has been in the balance for months, but the seeds of the crisis were sown a decade ago 1 January 2001: Greece joins the euro Having been left out when the single European currency began at the beginning of 1999, Greece becomes the 12th member two years later after dramatically cutting inflation and interest rates, and bringing the drachma smoothly into line with the euro.
(12) In some parts of the country, then, the giddiness sown by a hyped-up recovery and rising house prices – up by an annual average of 7.7% , according to Halifax, with George Osborne's Help To Buy scheme having played its part – is evidently doing its work.
(13) The seeds of deprivation are sown very early in life.
(14) The seeds were sown in March last year when the Seleka, a largely Muslim rebel group, seized Bangui in a coup, installed the country's first Muslim president, Michel Djotodia, and terrorised the majority Christian population, killing men, women and children .
(15) Where Blakey had stretched the rhythmic role of bop drums by intensifying the scattered offbeat patterns sown against the steady hi-hat and ride-cymbal pulse, Jones was dispensing with the "accompanist" role altogether, and envisaging a drum part as enhancing the playing of others and being a developing musical statement itself.
(16) That kind of psychological impact, the fear that is being sown across the nation, on top of the human tragedy of the dead and wounded in Paris, will be long lasting.
(17) A series of repressive laws, coupled with a campaign against a leading leftist opposition group, has sown fear among many.
(18) Even without the clues sown throughout the album (Palace Posy is an anagram of apocalypse), it audibly suggests a hollowed-out landscape in the aftermath of some terrible event.
(19) The first seed of it was sown in April 2014, when Google teamed up with the Pokémon Company to hide Pokémon throughout Google Maps .
(20) You're charged with getting to the green chapel, to reap what you've sown.