The share is the cutting edge of the moldboard plow.
But we, in the office, immediately understood that she was ready to plow ahead.”
Some are positive — a February 3 review calls Plow a "delicious brunch in San Francisco!"
She didn’t have money to pay anyone to plow it, so Guy agreed, though he had not been near the trailer for years.
Its draft is about the same as that of the moldboard plow.
Another simple device was a bamboo tube attached to the plow.
This plow could invert the soil and turn a true furrow, thus making a better seedbed.
The wheeled plow, gradually introduced over several centuries, further reinforced communal work organization.
The conveyor snaked against the face behind the advancing plow to catch the coal that chipped off from above the gash.
Some conservatives warned that the large amount of borrowed money it would plow into the economy could stoke rampant inflation.
Mike Harden, a farmer and rancher, got his tractor and heavy-duty disk plow and began to plow all around Ashland.
The chisel plow is often used to loosen hard, dry soils prior to using regular plows; it is also useful for shattering plow sole.
Several improvements and innovations, such as the three-shared plow, the louli (plow-and-sow) implement, and the harrow, were developed subsequently.
We're currently debating whether to spend about $1,500 on a plow for my husband's truck, or pay $50 each snow storm to have someone plow our driveway.
The observation of the annual cycle of the seasons and its crucial effect on agriculture is reflected in a ceremony in which the emperor of China used to plow the first…
The revolving disks cut a slice from the coal face as the machine was pulled along, and a plow behind the machine cleaned up any coal that dropped between the face and the conveyor.
Such technological breakthroughs as the smelting of iron, the introduction of the plow in agriculture, the invention of the steam engine, and the development of the computer have had lasting social consequences.
SoftBank has made news in recent months as a series of investments, from WeWork to Uber to Wag.com, have soured, raising questions about its strategy to plow massive amounts of money into startups and anoint them the winners of their respective industries.
And just beyond that is Kirvin, where three black men, two of them almost certainly innocent, were accused of killing a white woman and, under the gaze of hundreds of soda-drinking spectators, were castrated, stabbed, beaten, tied to a plow and set afire in the spring of 1922.
One was the symbolic ritual dramas of the seasons such as the Plow Monday play (English Midlands), in which a plow was decorated and pulled around the village (thought to have originally been a fertility god carried around the fields on a plow), or the European folk drama of the Wild Man of the Woods, in which a figure covered with leaves, representing winter, was ritually hunted and “killed.”
- to break and turn over earth especially with a plow
Example: Farmer Jones plowed his east field last week
- a farm tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil and cut a furrow prior to sowing
- act on verbally or in some form of artistic expression
- move in a way resembling that of a plow cutting into or going through the soil
Example: The ship plowed through the water
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One was the symbolic ritual dramas of the seasons such as the Plow Monday play English Midlands in which a plow was decorated and pulled around the village thought to have originally been a fertility god carried around the fields on a plow or the European folk drama of the Wild Man of the Woods in which a figure covered with leaves representing winter was ritually hunted and killed