canary(Noun) An informer or snitch; a squealer. Etymology: From the Latin Canariae insulae, “Canary Islands” (Spanish “Islas Canarias”); from the largest island Insula Canaria (“Dog Island” or “Canine Island”), named for its dogs, from canarius, “canine”, from canis, dog.
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Are granaries still used?
Granaries have been around as long as humans have had agriculture and in some cases even before we planted crops. The earliest ones are over 11,000 years old and stored grains that grew in the wild and were collected by hand. Granaries are still used today. It is still in a good condition .
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