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  • n. Plural form of bushel.

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Examples

  • Political campaigns traffic in bushels of b.s. all the time, but this site sets a new standard for pablum.

    All That Money and Nothing to Say - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Fifteen years at KU resulted in bushels of triumphs and accolades but, ultimately, no meaningful jewelry for Williams.

    USATODAY.com - Kansas faithful wait on Williams' future

  • Redd is right there, too — a solid scorer who tosses in bushels of bombs while doing it with accuracy.

    USATODAY.com - Pining for stats

  • The Surrealism of Edward James, born into a world absolutely cluttered with expensive things and yearning to be free of their magnetism (when periodically overwhelmed by stuff that he accumulated, down to old matchboxes, he would simply have it all wrapped in bushels of tissue, packed in trunks and stored in a warehouse), has a blithe humor tinged with disdain that I sensed often in Las Pozas.

    Las Pozas: Edward James' fantasy stands tall in a jungle in Mexico

  • I found that your wheat acreage had changed only 1% but your wheat production in bushels was up 120%.

    Looking Ahead

  • They think in bushels over rather a large part of America to-day.

    Through Glacier Park: Seeing America First with Howard Eaton

  • PRODUCTION averages 40,000,000 bushels, which is not far short of one fourth of the total wheat export of the United States.

    Up To Date Business Home Study Circle Library Series (Volume II.)

  • A hard day's work, but the sale has been most satisfactory, for as the standard weight per bushel for rice is forty-five, and my rice weighs forty-six or forty-seven, I have a good many more dollars than I had bushels, which is very cheering; and I have had grip and am greatly in need of cheering.

    A Woman Rice Planter

  • The projected U.S. soybean carryover is 140 million bushels, which is a tight supply.

  • Green Plains plans to expand the on-site grain storage capacity by up to one million bushels, which is expected to be completed before the 2012 harvest.

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