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But, from circumstances, the main portion of my harvest is still on the ground, ripe indeed and only waiting, a few for the sickle, but a large part only for the _sheaving_ and carting and housing-but from all this
The Apostle is bent on sheaving the superiority of our Saviour's Priesthood to that of Aaron.
A third set of gleaners has been admitted from time immemorial, namely, the _Anser stipularis_, which feeds itself into plump condition for Michaelmas by picking up, from between the stubble, the corns which fell from the ears during reaping and sheaving.
You could count thirty mowers in the same field, each followed by his partner, who did the sheaving ...
The cable is about 200mm in diameter with armoured sheaving, with four cores made up of multiple copper strands.