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  • n. Plural form of buncher.


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  • As spring onions, the bunchers and scallions can be taken at any time to enliven a salad of the now maturing lettuces and radishes.

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  • Bra and panties in the ditch over near the log skidders and feller-bunchers of the forestry equipment dealer.


  • Some members of our own species, called “bunchers,” make a living from setting traps for cats or even netting them straight off the street for resale to laboratories.

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  • Most important, if you are advertising your animal in the newspaper, never say, “Free to a good home,” the favorite five words of “bunchers” middlemen who sell animals to laboratories.

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  • Feller bunchers, grapple skidders, roadside chipper.

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  • In the cross-sweep of larger troubles, dismissed bunchers were naturally forgotten.

    V. V.'s Eyes

  • Colors give way to numbers at this point, with roving quality control supervisors carefully inspecting the work of bunchers and rollers.


  • And apparently some panty-bunchers have wadded theirs over Ty Lawson,


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