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  • noun Plural form of harvester.


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  • Today the White Earth Land Recovery Project, headed by activist and former Green Party Vice Presidential candidate Winona LaDuke, helps native Manoomin harvesters by paying upwards of $1.25 per pound for their hand harvested rice.

    Kurt Michael Friese: Truly Wild Wild Rice

  • He owned one of the twenty largest vineyards, and was among the top fifty grain harvesters.

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • Alexander -- I am not so insane -- unless you are to call harvesters and other hired servants the friends and guest-friends of those who have hired them.

    The Public Orations of Demosthenes, volume 2

  • Among the harvesters were a number of middle-aged men with the soldiers '_képi_, who had been given leave to make the crop, which was unusually abundant.

    The World Decision

  • La Salle, suffered from creditors, from jeering neighbors who thought him visionary, if not crazed, and from fearful laborers who broke his machines; but there in that golden western valley he found sympathy, and, on the Chicago portage, a site for the making of his sickles, fitted into machines called harvesters -- there where the French precursor's boat and sword were found not long ago.

    The French in the Heart of America

  • Another unique feature of our harvesters is the maximum stability of the machine under all conditions.www. Follow Japanese legend Masanobu Fukuoka on his 1998 visit to - Articles related to TEXAS AGRICULTURE

  • Another unique feature of our harvesters is the maximum stability of the machine under all conditions. - Articles related to TEXAS AGRICULTURE

  • There were some nifty chase/fight scenes (I rather loved the driver-less motorcycles, and I liked the "harvesters"), but if I had been the director, I'd have removed a lot of the John Connor storyline and focused on Marcus.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • This will enable data providers who have data in relational databases to make their data accessible to the growing world of OAI-compliant tools such as harvesters, union catalogs, and metadata processors.

    Open Archives In a Box

  • We are especially strong in the class which we term "harvesters," the name including reapers, automatic binders, mowers, horse-rakes and hay-loaders.

    Lippincott's Magazine, December 1878


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