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  • n. Plural form of harvest.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of harvest.


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  • An "us" v. "them" world of competing for scarce, natural resources which man harvests from the heavens, the seas and the earths (which are infinite, even though the resources they contain ultimately may be scarce.)

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  • Well, the season for turning leaves and final harvests is as good a time as any.

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  • The energy that a hydro-electric plant harvests is the potential energy caused by the 100m height of the dam, not the 1000m height of the clouds. jsaving Says:

    ALTERNATIVE ENERGY: Rain Power | Inhabitat

  • And marketers of products ranging from cars (the Volkswagen Bug) to computers (the Mac) to shoes (Doc Martens) have been reaping huge harvests from the countercultural seeds that were sown in the 1960s.

    Rebels Without a Cause

  • September 1997 and January 1998, when harvests from the short rains are expected.

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  • The natives, the Eskimos, bring in harvests of furs which are baled and brought out and sent to Beaver House, London, England, headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company.

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  • It was the custom for the King to pray and make offerings to Shang Ti during the first Spring month (February), in order to propitiate this chief of the Chinese pantheon and ensure good harvests from the grain then being sown.

    Fir-Flower Tablets: Poems Translated From the Chinese

  • Her cupboards are bare, but her refrigerator holds the produce that she harvests from the farmers’ stalls.

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  • Just as in the earlier part the failure of the harvests was a type and foreshadowing of the calamity in the day of judgment, so now the plenty serves as an illustration of the fullness of grace in the kingdom of grace.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Scruggs, don't be surprised if Don "harvests" similar praise from your youngins for his green thumb and gardening expertise.

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