A shed is typically a simple, single-storey structure in a back garden or on an allotment that is used for storage, hobbies, or as a workshop.
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... The "Shed" record label was launched and vinyl was pressed under licence by Gramma Records in Zimbabwe ... Shed responded in 1986 by licensing a compilation of Zimbabwean Bhundu Boys hits to Discafrique called "Shabhini", which took the UK world music public by storm ... studio's disappointment, the band pulled out of the final months of their Shed contract when they were signed by Warner Bros. ...
... The Old English word is spelled in different ways, such as "shadde", "shad" or "shedde", all of which come from an "Old Teutonic/Anglo-Saxon root word for separation or division" ... The first attested usage of the word, in 1481, was in the sentence, "A yearde in whiche was a shadde where in were six grete dogges" ...
... Shed Productions, part of the Shed Media Group, is an independent UK television production company, specialising in contemporary, original drama programming and content ...
... Shed Studios was responsible for the production of hundreds of band recordings and a large body of music used for various advertisements and films in Rhodesia, and later in Zimbabwe, from 1975 until 2000 ... The company "Shed Recording Studios (Pvt) Ltd" (now defunct) began as a collaboration between Steve Roskilly, Martin Norris and Neil Thain, all employees of Rhodesia Television, in ...
... Notes References Cluff Building Storage Shed CLF1 1955 Cluff Building Storage Shed (Pink) CLF2 2001 Child Family Studies Lab Playground Storage #1 CFS1 2005 Child Family Studies Lab Playground Storage #2 ...
More definitions of "shed":
- (noun): An outbuilding with a single story; used for shelter or storage.
- (adj): Shed at an early stage of development.
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Easily to shed the snow,
And the untaught Spring is wise
In cowslips and anemonies.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“For them its out-of-date and outmoded to perform miracles; teaching the people is too like hard work, interpreting the holy scriptures is for schoolmen and praying is a waste of time; to shed tears is weak and womanish, to be needy is degrading; to suffer defeat is a disgrace and hardly fitting for one who scarcely permits the greatest of kings to kiss the toes of his sacred feet; and finally, death is an unattractive prospect, and dying on a cross would be an ignominious end.”
—Desiderius Erasmus (c. 14661536)
“Yet Ill not shed her blood,
Nor scar that whiter skin of hers than snow,
And smooth as monumental alabaster.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)