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Sheaf

Sheaf may refer to:

Other
  • Artillery Sheaf, the beaten zone created by battery fires that generally form a line perpendicular to the direction of fire.
  • River Sheaf, a tributary of River Don in England
  • The Sheaf, a student-run newspaper serving the University of Saskatchewan
  • Aluma, a settlement in Israel whose name translates as Sheaf
See also
  • Sceafa, a king of English legend
  • Sheave, a wheel or roller with a groove along its edge for holding a belt, rope or cable
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