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  • n. One who hoes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who hoes.


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  • I count as part payment for his effort, such things as the lack of bug bites and sunburn for the tractor driver as compared with the hoer.

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  • For comparison, many hoer countries had corporate sponsors and thanked them in a similar way, but that is where it stopped.

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  • Several years ago, hoer, a plan was devised to reduce CO2 emissions – the breeding of Vacheval.

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  • And even though you seem to be in the ABGW camp, he ain't involved in our local insanities so I can be the hoer in this campaign and help propel you to temporary Lakeside prominence and get you in position to save us all from drowning in the morass of the 500+ social and charitable organizations competing for money and attention here in what used to be, and could once more be Paradise.

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  • One Arab diplomat hold me that if North Korea was the hoer d'oeuvre, Iran is going to be the main course.

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  • He was now sitting on the body of the hoer, facing backward.


  • The hoer would not wait for them, but every time it stopped to weed they gained on it a little.


  • As before, he followed Jeff and preceded Ariel, all three of them now crawling along the damp earth so that the body of the hoer would block them from view.


  • They all clutched for a hold on the hoer as it reached a perpendicular row and made a right-angle turn without slowing down.


  • Since the hoer was moving down the row toward the humanoid robots, its passengers had no choice but to get off and go the other way.



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