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furrow (ˈfʌrəʊ)
1.  a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plough or a trench resembling this
2.  any long deep groove, esp a deep wrinkle on the forehead
3.  to develop or cause to develop furrows or wrinkles
4.  to make a furrow or furrows in (land)
[Old English furh; related to Old Frisian furch, Old Norse for, Old High German furuh furrow, Latin porca ridge between furrows]

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