Sorry, no definitions found.
“Soon after I left Mr. Comstock's, that gentleman, sent his hired man, named John Cline, to Rochester with a wagon load of produce to sell, as had been his custom for some time.”
“When thou tillest the soil, it shall not in the future yield its produce to thee; thou shalt be shifting and straying about in the earth.”
“How they managed to get out of the supermarket undetected while weighed down with enough produce to open a vending stand, along with a Vitamix blender, was beyond her.”
“[Page 143] audience of his fellow countrymen of the successful system of coöperative banks in north Italy and of their coöperative methods of selling produce to the value of millions of francs annually; still later Sir Horace Plunkett related the remarkable successes in coöperation in Ireland.”
“The men, who were entirely destitute, and, in a sense, exiles, he reinstates in their possessions, on the most equitable condition, that they should pay a fifth part of the produce to the king.”
“They may perhaps understand by it no more than the power of exporting their own produce to the foreign country where they can find the best mercate.”
“In America, we are apt scholars, but have not yet attained the same perfection: for the range of nations from which London draws, and the steep contrasts of condition create the picturesque in society, as broken country makes picturesque landscape, whilst our prevailing equality makes a prairie tameness: and secondly, because the usage of a dress-dinner every day at dark, has a tendency to hive and produce to advantage every thing good.”
“The brilliant sunrise offered ample light by which to keep watch, but the roads were clogged mainly with fanners bringing their produce to market and with travelers coming to London for the weekend.”
“Mr. Burger added that bean sprouts are a niche market in Germany and that this one supplier sent produce to much of northern Germany, as well as the state of Hessen.”
‘produce to’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for produce to.