IN MATH: 1. n. in a matrix or table, a horizontal line of elements as opposed to a vertical column of elements. EX. The times tables are arranged in rows and columns.

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. a line of something. EX. There was a row of cans on the shelf. 2. v. to propel a boat using oars. 3. n. a fight. EX. We rowed to shore and had a row over who had to row back.

APPLICATION: See list 310.

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