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Set lawn mower to mow grass at three inch height to shade out areas where weed seeds could establish.
And all the Republicans have to do is put a big picture of her face and do the crumbs line, or do the lawn mower line, or do the little wall thing.
The burglary was discovered when the resident found the shed door open and saw lawn mower tracks in the snow leading away from the shed.
At the core is a shock-absorbing hub made of what Goodyear calls DuraWeb, borrowed from the airless tires Goodyear already makes for commercial lawn mowers.
Sheds, which have traditionally been used for stowing lawn mowers, tools and cobwebs, have become convenient garden domiciles, often designed without the headache of permits (height limits still apply).
There are more sources of CO in homes, including but not limited to, gas ovens, lawn mowers, snowblowers, fireplaces, grills and indoor pools.
Among the items up for auction will be an X-Ray machine; cameras and photo equipment; televisions; refrigerators; projectors; various furniture and office equipment; computers; lawn mowers; and air conditioners.
Common sources of carbon monoxide around the house include gas stoves, furnaces, water heaters, gas and charcoal grills, plus tools like snow blowers, lawn mowers, chain saws, and pressure-washers.
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Definition of lawn mower for English Language Learners
: a machine used for cutting the grass on lawns
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