Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of plow.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plow.

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Examples

  • At that time, it occurred to me that one way Rahm could rig a Coakley victory would be to have the Democratic state government of Massachusetts simply pull the snow plows from the precincts supporting Brown – while ensuring that the precincts supporting Coakley were well plowed.

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  • I like that they've made plans for utility attachments such as plows and graders.

    Inside NASA's New Moon Rover - NASA Watch

  • The Mercer Museum, a castle-like building nearby, houses preindustrial tools and artifacts, such as plows and metalworking implements, collected by its late founder Henry Chapman Mercer, an architect and archaeologist.

    A Slice of History

  • Divested of their humanity, these nameless men, women and children were recorded in their master's ledgers as mere property, and accorded a dollar value on a par with inanimate objects such as plows and hammers.

    Corpses in the Garden

  • Others, especially artisans, also frequently have implements such as plows and cultivators on offer.

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  • It guarantees a broad diversity of agricultural equipment and implements, substituting its production for some imports, such as plows with four or six discs, hay balers and so forth.

    INAUGURATES HOLGUIN FACTORY

  • If the main unit is three horses, then, as far as possible, all machines should require three horses, such as plows, harrows, manure spreaders, harvesters, etc.

    The Young Farmer: Some Things He Should Know

  • - Equipment such as plows and front-end loaders are sometimes moved from one ward to another if crews encounter a particularly snowbound area.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Heavy pieces of equipment such as plows and front-end loaders are sometimes moved from one ward to another if crews encounter a particularly snowbound area, Byrne said.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • You come into the corner fast and turn the wheel but the car kind of plows the front wheel forward even though you have them turned (like when you're on snow).

    false precision

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