harvesting-machine love



from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A harvester. See harvester, 2.


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  • It would be just as reactionary in the political world as it would be in the industrial world to revert back to hand-tool production; to substitute the ox-team for the railway system, the hand-loom for the power-loom, the flail for the threshing-machine, the sickle for the modern harvesting-machine, the human courier for the electric telegraph.

    Bolshevism The Enemy of Political and Industrial Democracy


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