barnlike

barnlike

(ˈbɑːnˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a barn
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The walls were unplastered and the rafters unceiled; the whole bearing a most barnlike and unhospitable appearance.
With wetlands to the west and the rumbling highway to the east, this warm, inviting and majestic barnlike structure, with its welcoming color mix of straw and cinnamon, reaffirms this town's deep, longstanding ties to agriculture.
20pm, Carver took a seat around assembled journalists in a little room at the back of Newcastle United's barnlike indoor pitch.
The first floor is an open, barnlike space, with rows of taxidermied animals and simple wooden benches for visitors, who pay a suggested donation of $10 each.
In 1998, an architectural competition was held, and Noero Wolff--a firm known for building pragmatic, attractive spaces, such as the barnlike Soweto Careers Center in Johannesburg--won the commission.
Starting with the gym--high, raftered ceiling, barnlike.
707/745-0254), her 1,600-square-foot barnlike shop, where you'll find everything from free-form wall sconces to earrings shaped like dragonflies.
The board members described the school as a new facility, certainly not barnlike, with a fully equipped playground that could accommodate nearly 80 pupils.
headquarters, a barnlike storefront topped with an open Bible sprouting an oil well, was shuttered in 2006.
But almost unbelievably in a five-day program, they are at the same time in locations at opposite ends of the site--a massive venue reminiscent of an agricultural showground with barnlike venues, enormous marquees, an outdoor stage and a host of alleys filled with arts, crafts, political pamphlets, and food stalls.
The camp may look like any other summer camp - activities include horseback riding, swimming, arts and crafts, paddle boats and games in a barnlike gymnasium - because it is configured to mask the medical necessities that make it possible for every child to have fun experiences, regardless of his or her abilities.
Gordon creates a versatile set, an extension of the Playhouse's barnlike interior, decorated with the basic symbols of David's far-flung life: a fisherman's net, a theater curtain, a chandelier, a street lamp.