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Definition of Frow

Frow
Frow Frow, n. [Cf. Frower.] A cleaving tool with handle at right angles to the blade, for splitting cask staves and shingles from the block; a frower.
Frow
Frow Frow, a. Brittle. [Obs.] --Evelyn.

Meaning of Frow from wikipedia

- Frow or FROW may refer to: Froe, tool for cleaving wood by splitting it along the grain John Frow, Australian professor of English Toby Frow, director...
- 2012; all other terrestrial broadcasters fell in comparison. In 2013, Ben Frow, the channel's Director of Programming, revealed that the station would be...
- Ruth Frow (28 July 1922 – 11 January 2008) was a peace activist and historian of the labour movement. She co-founded the Working class Movement Library...
- John Frow (born 13 November 1948 in Coonabarabran, Australia) is an Australian academic who works in the areas of literary theory, narrative theory, intellectual...
- Toby Frow; Writer: Matthew Hurt (9 March 2020). "Episode dated 09/03/2020". EastEnders. BBC. BBC One. Executive Producer: Jon Sen; Director: Toby Frow; Writer:...
- Greater Manchester, England. In 1953, two bibliophiles, Eddie (Edmund) Frow and Ruth Haines, met at a Communist Party Summer School. In 1956, they set...
- October 1982. Although there was no televised sequel to this story, Gerald Frow penned a follow-up for Granada's Dragon Books (who in 1982 published his...
- Bush (2005), p. 11 Marlow (1969), p. 118 Marlow (1969), pp. 120–121. Frow & Frow (1984), p. 7 Reid (1989), p. 145 Marlow (1969), p. 119 Reid (1989), pp...
- A froe (or frow), shake axe or paling knife is a tool for cleaving wood by splitting it along the grain. It is an L-shaped tool, used by hammering one...
- Mary James Harkness as William Kingston Abhin Galeya as Thomas Cranmer Ben Frow of Channel 5 first mentioned the project at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival...