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A furrow is a line cut in soil when ploughed in order to plant a crop.
Furrow may also refer to:
- Buford O. Furrow, Jr. (born 1961), American neo-Nazi
- The Furrow, an Irish Roman Catholic theological periodical
- Cleavage furrow, cells; Furrow may refer to the gaps on the sides of the cells during cell division, during telophase.
- Furrow, an elongated aperture on the surface of pollen, which can be used to identify pollen species. (See pollen structure)
- Furrows (film), a 1951 Spanish film
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