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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Deere, John 1804-1886. American industrialist who pioneered the manufacture of plows especially suited to working prairie soil.

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  • n. United States industrialist who manufactured plows suitable for working the prairie soil (1804-1886)

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Examples

  • HOME INVASION: A couple is injured when police say three men broke into their home demanding money DEERE LOSS: Earnings at Deere and Company are down 28-cents per share compared to the previous year DEADLY HOLIDAY: The Iowa Department of Transportation is cautioning motorists to be safe on the roads this Thanksgiving holiday COMPANY SALE: Arkansas business plans to buy Newton-based Iowa Telecom Farm equipment-maker Deere reports 4th-Qtr loss on charges, lower sales In liberal NY and NJ, push for gay marriage legislation loses some momentum after elections

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  • "John Deere is the first to introduce this completely automated system which adds even more productivity to the 8030 Series Tractors with AutoTrac," says Seth Crawford, manager, marketing, John Deere AMS.

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  • Shares of both names weakened for several days thereafter, suggesting the short-term Deere bet is a long shot.

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  • Analysts were quick to call Deere ' s outlook conservative.

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  • All were pretty quick but the Deere was the quickest - provided it's cultivation that you're doing.

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  • He called Deere "an attractive way" to ride increases in global food demand.

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  • I was listening to CNBC on Thursday when the Sec'y of Commerce called Deere and the other companies "irresponsible" for issuing the 8-K's.

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  • But Deere, which is based in Moline, Ill., said Wednesday that it would have been profitable without the unusual items in the three months ended Oct. 31.

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  • But Deere, which is based in Moline, Illinois, said Wednesday that it would have been profitable without the unusual items in the three months ended Oct. 31.

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  • Rising incomes in China, India and similar economies will be a boon to agricultural companies that improve farming efficiency, such as Deere and Monsanto

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