What is the noun for howes?

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  1. (dialectal) An artificial barrow or tumulus.
  2. (dialectal) A small hill in northern England. (Usage preserved mainly in place names.)
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    1. “I am not interested in the why, but in the how.”
  1. Alternative form of how (a tumulus, a bowl barrow).
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    1. “As usual this year, images from the 5,000-year-old howe are being broadcast on the Internet.”
      “Through all of this, however, howe was, as he always is, the workhorse of the Red Wings.”
      “Now the boys were just standing at the end of the table and watching howe finish his dessert.”
  1. plural of howe
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    1. “Councillor Margaret Howes said she believed the signs gave the impression that the town was violent.”
      “The museum's keeper of environmental records Colin Howes was delighted to discover that it was the first recorded sighting of them in Doncaster.”
      “Climb a fence stile at the top of the ridge and the summit of Sour Howes lies ahead.”
  1. plural of how
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    1. “When the script begins to reveal the whys and hows of the stalker's origin, things start to unravel.”
      “Its united qualities.might and wonder about it which will not admit of our whys and hows.”
      “As lead counsel, Cuccinelli fielded questions about the legal whys and hows of the suit.”
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