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1. Can’t sell a hand plow any more.
2. The plow stands there in the field.
3. It should not be made into a plow mule.
4. As I entered, James was working on a plow.
5. Not even if I have to plow won’t let Tara go.
6. Al says you’ve got five acres of plow land.
7. The rock shattered harmlessly against the plow.

8. Could she plow through it like a juggernaut? If.
9. He jerked away and went back to repairing the plow.
10. Back to the shop, so I can repair that plow right.
11. Paul drove the plow horses through the outskirts of town.
12. Palamedes put his infant son Telemachus in front of the plow.
13. Corrigan’s big plow gelding looked at us curiously as it.
14. Would the plow have held together with the nails you used?
15. Paul had gotten the idea to attach large metal wheels to the plow.
16. Soon finishing his work, he turned his plow over and returned home.
17. Ivan placed in his hat what roots he had left, and proceeded to plow.
18. Attached to the front of the MMARV was a plow, not unlike a snow plow.
19. But I warn you, you’re buying what will plow your own children under.
20. Following Smythe's example, Frank got his folding plow unfolded and assembled.
21. He chose to plow forward, whether by clear intent, momentum, or a mix of both.
22. The plow and his other farming implements stood just where he had placed them.
23. Then he took the cutting tool and punched holes in the metal chassis of the plow.
24. Mid-way through repairing a plow, hed dart from the shop, going no one knew where.
25. That’s a John Deere tractor and sitting next to it is a mower, plow, and disc.
26. Timmy, Orville and Fred developed a plow the horses could pull, and they expanded Dr.
27. When he was confident at this, she demonstrated how to plow the water with ones arms.
28. He could barely plow ahead and curls of water flowed into his cockpit from each side.
29. The old horses used on the farms to plow fields and pull carts were quite a bit larger.
30. He tried to start his plow, but it would not move; it seemed to have struck a hard root.
31. I broke one plow, but he replaced it with another, fixing it securely, and resumed work.
32. The sluggard will not plow by reason of the cold; therefore shall he beg in harvest, and.
33. With a walking plow, man holds two handles to guide the plow while the horse pulls the thing.
34. The animal made its way to a farm after a few weeks of wandering and learned to plow a field.
35. The angry father dragged his son out behind the house, and looked at the plow under the lean-to.
36. The use of the plow, the invention of threaded garments, weaving, textiles, design and writing.
37. The old plow mules jerked their heads violently as a few flies buzzed around their twitching ears.
38. Hernando stood waiting for the rain to cease so he might take the wooden plow into the field again.
39. From what I hear, he’s the worst plow Oh, foot! Ashley was bred to read books and nothing else.
40. Buying a plow to plow your own children under, buying the arms and spirits that might have saved you.
41. A soldier followed each vehicle controlling it and the twin machine guns mounted right behind the plow.
42. Then why are you so worried about money that you would try to fix someones plow with used nails?
43. The Church has never expanded without sacrifice, to have a harvest means hard work to sow, plow and reap.
44. Contrary to the old farmer’s advice, sometimes life is not easier when you try to plow around the stump.
45. Pro 20:4 The sluggard will not plow by reason of the cold; therefore shall he beg in harvest, and have nothing.
46. Many islands were so short that engineers had to plow coral onto one end to create enough length for a runway.
47. The best way to rebalance is to plow more money into the other areas until your asset allocation is back on track.
48. All of the children went to the fields with him, rode his oxen, learned to plow, plant and harvest with his help.
49. Are you planning to plow them out? Sicarius picked up one of the straw hats and turned it over in his hands.
50. He afterward went to plow his summer-fallow, but I made the soil so hard that the plow could scarcely penetrate it.
51. Let us think that a good farmer goes to a breeder and seller of plow horses and indicates a desire to purchase one.
52. The plow also became a shield protecting the unit and any Marines that sought its cover from fire in that direction.
53. You plow over a man in the street readying a rifle and keep rolling effortlessly, a glimpse of the mangled speed bump.
54. Frank had his hands full getting himself the plow and the horse turned around and moving back in the opposite direction.
55. In the deepest part there are several acres more level than almost any field which is exposed to the sun, wind, and plow.
56. It seemed that in ages gone by the original definition of an acre was the area of land a yoke of oxen could plow in a day.
57. For example, this business about the white quills seems out of place to me, as well as the part about oxen pulling a plow.
58. At what cost did the plow help mankind? Why turning the fertile Crescent into a desert and a permanent dustbowl of course.
59. Before I got organized, I would spend as much time as it took to plow through all my information, looking for the correct address.
60. We no longer crawl on our hands and knees to surprise the leopard, but plow our fields so more barley can be planted and harvested.
61. They received ill-spelled letters from home: We air hungry There won’t be no crop this year—there ain’t nobody to plow.
62. We only managed to keep ahead of it because we ran uphill, and we could dodge in and out of trees while the boar had to plow through them.
63. The hard-hit American battleship was listing heavy in the water, but it continued to plow blindly on towards the city with all guns blazing.
64. Plow furloughs were not looked upon in the same light as desertion in the face of the enemy, but they weakened the army just the same.
65. He is one who would naturally be first in war, as he says, and now also is first in following the plow, and learning the ways of the white man.
66. I had lost a case the week before involving nearly a million dollars and now it looked like Marie was searching for more fertile fields to plow.
67. When he reached the corner of the barn it again seemed to him that he saw something moving, this time near the plow; but it quickly disappeared.
68. Obviously, thick armor plate or thick poured concrete would stop it, but normal building walls were no obstacle in the face of the bite of the plow.
69. In a thousandth of a second I plow through her earliest memories—fuzzy images of her mother and father, a veterans’ hospital, a military funeral.
70. Your bullock could die just when you need his strength to pull your plow, leaving you no way to make the crop and earn the coin to buy another beast.
71. Ulysses pretends he is crazy to avoid having to leave, but Palamedes figures out what he’s doing by putting his baby son Telemachus before his plow.
72. Anton was not a very good farmer, and when he finally got out of bed to plow the fields, he usually quit after a short time and went into town to drink.
73. How can we plow the fields with all this rain?‖ He looked over to his wife and his young son, who was now looking up with a frightened look on his face.
74. Fella had a team of horses, had to use ’em to plow an’ cultivate an’ mow, wouldn’ think a turnin’ ’em out to starve when they wasn’t workin’.
75. Solid black with a pointed plow that radiated heat Jet could feel from where he was, it displayed small blue six pointed stars on several of its flat surfaces.
76. If you do not plow at the proper time and sow at the proper time mother earth will not yield up her products, and you and your children will be left destitute.
77. At this time the horse seller appears and he observes the horse in harness to the plow and the large extent of plowed acreage and the good farmer resting upon it.
78. Plowing resolutely through the waves of testosterone, plowing onward, seeing every point of light in the sky as some sort of North Star imploring him to plow and plow some more.
79. Paul went out behind the cottage, underneath a piece of wood that he had strung up on a post to give himself shelter, and, took out the crude metal plow that his father used for the fields.
80. He set the plow in the furrow, he called sharply to his burro, Burrrrrrr-o! And they walked together through the rich field, under the clearing sky, on their tilled land by the deep river.
81. In sickening horror she watched as the smoking cruiser that shouldn’t even be floating given how much damage it had taken, plow into the corner of the city where the last mooring line was located.
82. In addition to radiating the rector’s heat, this plow allowed the MMARV to break through debris that would have tangled in the treads of earlier units and to punch through any standard building wall.
83. Those sorts of conversations tended to put us to sleep, but we had to plow through them regardless---other than learning about the current deep-discounts being offered at Safeway, it was all very boring.
84. As is the roll of the wheel, the turn of the plow, the strike of the hammer, the temper of steel, the flight of rockets, the splicing of genes, and even the abominable power to destroy much of life on earth.
85. His father‘s plow composed of three parts; the long metal piece which attached to the yoke for the horses, the chassis of the plow, which slid along the ground, and the sharp metal blade which cut the earth.
86. Before continuing to plow through the Arctic waves, the captain sent out a group on a small boat to explore the best route out, a consoling detail that did not escape unnoticed by those who had seen the picture Titanic.
87. His mid-section appeared to be protected by a collection of mismatched metal armor pieces, probably retrieved from his previous victims; the rest of his body was as large as the oxen that were used to plow the fields of Lycania.
88. The obvious mechanization and dehumanization of farming: as it began from the first plow creating the first linear furrow: to the present-day merging of corporate farms into vast, dehumanized, mechanized wastelands cannot be ignored.
89. The chief thing in his eyes was not the nitrogen in the soil, nor the oxygen in the air, nor manures, nor special plows, but that most important agent by which nitrogen, oxygen, manure, and plow were made effective- the peasant laborer.
90. The chief thing in his eyes was not the nitrogen in the soil, nor the oxygen in the air, nor manures, nor special plows, but that most important agent by which nitrogen, oxygen, manure, and plow were made effective—the peasant laborer.
91. Perhaps the seller asks, "To what use will you put this horse if I sell it to you?" And the good farmer replies, "I would put it in harness to my plow and then I would plow back and forth all of my fields and then I would plant corn and grain in those fields.
92. These were the only softly furrowed by the plow, for pastures green with stubby cropped grass, for lazy things worth fighting for, the red earth which was theirs and would be their sons’, the red earth which would bear cotton for their sons and their sons’ sons.
93. This plow was basically a piece of steel bent at an angle with a wooden framework attached so that when it was dragged thru the soil, it would turn over the soil, covering what had been on top of the ground and bringing up the topsoil that was a few inches underground.
94. When furloughs from the rapidly thinning army were denied, these soldiers went home without them, to plow their land and plant their crops, repair their houses and build up ahead, they wrote these men, telling them to rejoin their companies and no questions their fences.
95. Nuclear powered tracked vehicles, they had large pointed plows mounted on the front that pushed debris out of the way, broke through doors and since the plow was also the reactor’s heat sink, burned through anything flammable that its laser or its cannon did not clear.
96. The man who is more than his chemistry, walking on the earth, turning his plow point for a stone, dropping his handles to slide over an outcropping, kneeling in the earth to eat his lunch; that man who is more than his elements knows the land that is more than its analysis.
97. Joad paused at the entrance to the tool-shed leanto, and no tools were there—a broken plow point, a mess of hay wire in the corner, an iron wheel from a hayrake and a rat-gnawed mule collar, a flat gallon oil can crusted with dirt and oil, and a pair of torn overalls hanging on a nail.
98. Tell them that I am unjust notwithstanding, because I do not call the peasant from his plow to give his opinions on forming the laws and constitution,—and what will be the consequence? They will stare at you in astonishment; and yet, in their mistaken wrath, they will come down some night and burn this house over my head.
99. From the books and his conversations with the clerk he learned that, as before, two-thirds of the best arable land was cultivated by his own men, and the rest by peasants who were paid five rubles per acre—that is to say, for five rubles the peasant undertook to plow, harrow and sow an acre of land three times, then mow it, bind or press it, and carry it to the barn.
100. For example, the camel carries our belongings, the horses and the mules draw, the bulls plow, the sheep supply you with wool and milk, the hens produce eggs, the hyena cleans the wild from carrions so as to keep the environment disinfected and of fresh air, the dog guards, the cat rids the house from insects, the bees make honey and help in pollinating the flowers… and so on.
1. Plowing Back Due to Watered Stock.
2. Men will be forever driven by plowing.
3. That’s what he gets for plowing my garden.
4. Stock watering, plowing back due to, 383–384.
5. They had plowing beneath the flag they had fought.
6. She’d spent half a day plowing through the file.
7. Earing: The plowing of a field into long open rows.
8. I found myself missing the donkey Father used for plowing.
9. Finally, at noon, we were plowing the waves of the Red Sea.
10. Everyone that was able was out either shoveling snow or plowing roads.
11. I will take a shower, sit down in the bed with the hands plowing my hair.
12. And it is reported back through the series of men that a man is plowing.
13. This is not a bad solution compared to the alternative of plowing into the.
14. North, south, whatever the course may be as long as there is plowing involved.
15. But down at the end of this sequence of men seeing other men one man is plowing.
16. I just try to keep plowing through the ones I have and hope they lead to new ones.
17. It could just be the simple matter of plowing through all the material, wanting to be thorough.
18. He would be cutting grass, plowing snow and drinking beer by the pool for the rest of his life.
19. This afternoon, it had thunderstormed much of the day, so there was no plowing work to be done.
20. He inherited the field and sold it; And the one who bought it went plowing and found the treasure.
21. Happy, happy is gnarled McFate Touring the States with a child wife, Plowing his Molly in every State.
22. The plowing would be rough going today, which meant the drive home would be that much more difficult.
23. I ran and jumped with all my might, plowing into the warriors and snatching the scarf out of the air.
24. I had a vague memory of the boar plowing down several Greek cities before Hercules managed to subdue it.
25. He moved past them, plowing his shoulders into theirs until they were all moving towards the front door.
26. Everything is maintained with horses in his fields: fertilizing, plowing, planting, seeding, and weeding.
27. Moses stepped toward his father and put his hand out to keep him from plowing through the seated children.
28. Ivan having succeeded in plowing all but a small portion of his land, he returned the next day to finish it.
29. She began swimming as strongly as she could, plowing through the waves, but the incoming tide buffeted her back.
30. They made for the left boxes, plowing their way like sailors who leave their ship and try to struggle to the shore.
31. Spring plowing was at its height and the cotton and garden seed Pork had brought from Macon was being put into the ground.
32. On the west side of the dam, a black van swerved to a stop in the middle of the road, nearly plowing into some old people.
33. The American theory of plowing back earnings appears to have grown out of the stock-watering practices of prewar days.
34. He planted without plowing the entire land but rather by inserting the seed within the soil as he tilled a small strip of land.
35. His head snapped in the direction of the sound, just in time to see the grill of an eighteen-wheeler plowing into the side of his car.
36. They were created by Impetus plowing into the Infinite Condition of the Formless Totality of Everythingness an infinite number of times.
37. I meant those thousands on wounds for six months but who remain at home, going about their usual business or doing the spring plowing.
38. When he was nearing the close of a deal, he would allude to getting down to the short rows, a farm expression about plowing a field.
39. The eldest was married, the second about to be married, and the youngest took care of the horses and occasionally attended to the plowing.
40. He did not remember leaving the bar, plowing through traffic and pedestrians to the apartment, or bandaging his right hand with shredded 287.
41. Volmana, flinging the attackers right and left in his savage impatience, came plowing through and hacked murderously at Conan's unprotected head.
42. And one final note, gentlemen, in case anybody has any misgivings about this, keep in mind that we aren’t plowing new ground with any of this.
43. They waded one after each other through the new, ankle-high snow with their hefty boots, plowing a path that would last until the next heavy snowfall.
44. Then there it was, low and right overhead, a blunt-faced whale of a plane, heading southeast, plowing through the clouds, disappearing and reappearing.
45. Ivan, when he had completed his plowing, made a great feast, to which he invited his brothers, telling them that he had plenty of beer for them to drink.
46. Never really far enough from shore to be in any real danger but the sight of him plowing through the waves to my rescue was always something beyond a relief.
47. It overflew Nancy and Farah before plowing into the lower side of a large, six-storey concrete building situated on the grounds of the University of Tehran campus.
48. After all, every now and again scientists are oh so excited when discovering facts that farmers had known, after plowing and seeding, for generation after generation.
49. Plowing resolutely through the waves of testosterone, plowing onward, seeing every point of light in the sky as some sort of North Star imploring him to plow and plow some more.
50. As my driver prophesied when I was plowing, they warmed me twice—once while I was splitting them, and again when they were on the fire, so that no fuel could give out more heat.
51. It is customary to commend managements for plowing earnings back into the property; but, in measuring the benefits from such a policy, the time element is usually left out of account.
52. The vision of the land of promise is ever before the eyes, and upon the soil of the future the harvest will ripen, secure from the plowing of the projectile, or the crushing of cannon-wheels.
53. And I don't give a shit what century we're talking here; you can't tell me that the men didn't want to see naked girls after a hard day plowing in the field, even if they hadn't invented boob jobs yet.
54. Justine and I arrived just after one in the morning and went straight to the ICU, where a dozen hysterical parents were waiting for news of their kids, casualties of a bus plowing through the doors of a nightclub.
55. Back on the boat a profusely bleeding Finn could be heard cursing his sailors and telling them that if they didn't bring everybody back they'd be doing the plowing and logging and mining and everything else themselves.
56. She thought briefly of the County swains, the ragged embittered who were so busy plowing, splitting rails and nursing sick old animals that they had forgotten such things as balls and pleasant flirtations ever existed.
57. It grew more open and we could see fields below us, crawling with farmers plowing the fields under and readying them for sunflower and wheatberry, oats and wheat, four of the main grains produced in the Caladienne valley.
58. There were many English and French steamers plowing this narrow passageway, liners going from Suez to Bombay, Calcutta, Melbourne, Réunion Island, and Mauritius; far too much traffic for the Nautilusto make an appearance on the surface.
59. Why is it so difficult to destroy, when we have no problem plowing through their other drones? Why not make all of their drones that hard to destroy? Because the Disrupter is a level boss, that’s why! He pointed to the whiteboard.
60. I go to bed after two in the morning, thoughts come and I can’t sleep but toss about till dawn, because I think and can’t help thinking, just as he can’t help plowing and mowing; if he didn’t, he would go to the drink shop or fall ill.
61. People who (outside of airports) might normally hold open doors or stop cars for crossing ducklings will suddenly be fine with plowing down elderly women and kicking small children out of the way in order to get to their preassigned, horrifically cramped seats.
62. We’ll take it slowly; the more we exert ourselves, the worse it will be in the end if lady Luck keeps running out on us, Amonas said while plowing on ahead working his knife in one hand, hacking away any lush growths that proved to be obstacles in his path.
63. Keep in mind that animal grazing and tillage are fairly recent human activities; man originally was nomadic gatherer, so if their tasks were plowing that means, we might say, they were modern, and that they enter the play -so to speak- in a time when humanity had developed such activities for their livelihood.
64. More trees—mixed terrestrial and Safeholdian evergreens, mostly—had been planted as windbreaks around farmhouses and barns, along the edges of farm lanes, and as protection for pastureland and feedlots, and the fields themselves were separated by walls of the dry-laid stones centuries of plowing had brought to the surface.
65. How his name would fill the world, and make people shudder! How gloriously he would go plowing the dancing seas, in his long, low, black-hulled racer, the Spirit of the Storm, with his grisly flag flying at the fore! And at the zenith of his fame, how he would suddenly appear at the old village and stalk into church, brown and weather-beaten, in his black velvet doublet and trunks, his great jack-boots, his crimson sash, his belt bristling with horse-pistols, his crime-.
66. They went to work at once, plowing, barrowing, rolling, furrowing, in admirable order, as if they were bent on making this a model farm; but when I was looking sharp to see what kind of seed they dropped into the furrow, a gang of fellows by my side suddenly began to hook up the virgin mould itself, with a peculiar jerk, clean down to the sand, or rather the water—for it was a very springy soil—indeed all the terra firma there was—and haul it away on sleds, and then I guessed that they must be cutting peat in a bog.
1. Freshly plowed, the job was.
2. We plowed into them full tilt.
3. That guy almost plowed into Ms.
4. She faltered and then plowed ahead.
5. He plowed it and removed its rocks.
6. Is plowed back where it came from?
7. Men are plowers and women the plowed.
8. You plowed her field! I spat with.
9. The car plowed into the wall and exploded.
10. I turn and make a bee-line for the plowed road.
11. He plowed straight into Varion on the front walk.
12. She ignored Samantha’s offer and plowed ahead.
13. A bullet plowed in the dirt near Heliri’s head.
14. They plowed through the rest of her unpaid bills.
15. As soon as the door swung open, John plowed through.
16. The kids plowed into the kitchen and gave him their usual.
17. Occasional y in the distance we saw plowed fields or the.
18. A gunshot plowed into the ground near them, starling Redbolt.
19. The Danava plowed through, stabbing forth with pike in hands.
20. Rusty plowed through the weaker points in the Forest Army’s.
21. Fiona dropped her sandwich and plowed into the water to help Saul.
22. The streets were plowed, but theirs was the only car on the road.
23. I’ve got this, Randal said as he plowed bumper first into.
24. He plowed into her so hard that he was afraid he might have killed her.
25. Day bolted out of his seat and plowed into the Yugoslavians, fists flying.
26. The bar-Seth plowed sideways in the air from the force of the nuclear blast.
27. The attack plowed into the wall and sent dust and chips spewing out like bomb.
28. On graduation night, he plowed his father’s car into a tree, half on purpose.
29. About ten minutes later, after Adrian had plowed into me with his own rock hard.
30. And, with my best pre-puberty battle cry, I plowed my hand underneath that nesting hen.
31. Something big and heavy plowed into me from behind and shoved me right into the water.
32. He spared no effort however and plowed ten pages into it by the time the nleets were done.
33. In October in Sioux City, another bomber from their group plowed onto a field, killing two.
34. The truck finally plowed to a stop in front of a cottage in the country village of Staritsa.
35. But the sheep were long gone and the tractors had plowed great expanses for wheat and barley.
36. Looking down toward the bottom of the mountains, we saw men following donkeys as they plowed.
37. The robots that plowed through the barriers to the complex had been designed for this purpose.
38. Suddenly it burst open as Warriors and Scathers plowed thru the door engaged in a pitched battle.
39. Now let’s say the stock and/or market has gotten plowed such that the 70 line is in play again.
40. But in Sees Through Night’s tribe, men guarded herds and plowed fields or traded with travelers.
41. Relieved, JY plowed through the meaty stalks dragging the twelve foot leash as if a sewing thread.
42. I dodged Phalon to the left and a giant sized spear plowed into the ground where we had just been.
43. Yeah, ever since I plowed through that marching band on my way home from a wine tasting festival.
44. Along Undercliff to where the next plowed field begins, assuming Barnum hasn't encroached any more.
45. One of the shots plowed a furrow all the way to and through the haranguer and almost struck the Inka.
46. It got 9000 milliamps, which plowed through the delicate electronics, frying everything along the way.
47. I got plowed into by one of the nurse’s aides running out of the room and found Lisa dead on the ground.
48. An hour and a half later, he’d plowed through the rest of the records and had pages of notes of his own.
49. The next morning a small army of bulldozers plowed its way up to the top of Gray Mountain and began—.
50. Shrank plowed on through the mist, absolutely oblivious of the fact that I was butterfly-netting his crimes.
51. Releasing her hand, he plowed through the newly fallen powder, forcing it off to one side, as he raced ahead.
52. Some built little houses of the tufts in the plowed ground, or plaited baskets from the straw in the cornfield.
53. The point fleshed itself in Tarascus' shoulder and plowed down along his ribs, and the king of Nemedia screamed.
54. It was a crummy three hours, and after, as he was walking across the school parking lot, she’d plowed into him.
55. One had already been plowed and the polished edges of the furrows was void, with a thin clarity like that of water.
56. Without a word, the driver kept his foot on the gas and the bus plowed forward, driving off into the rain-swept night.
57. Another lesson in city politics was the promptness with which various neighborhoods were plowed out after a snowstorm.
58. I plowed into them with great satisfaction even as pistol bullets ricocheted off the metal exteriors of the rock truck.
59. Impetus went around the Infinite Totality of Formlessness, and plowed back into it in the same direction all over again.
60. The road he had used to get to Kummersfeld had been plowed clear of snow, but a crew of Germans under supervision of some U.
61. Through a whistling cloud of arrows they plowed to break like a thundering wave on the bristling wall of spears and shields.
62. A giant harpoon plowed into the water where the Celestia’s prize had just been before it had made its turn back to center.
63. She augmented her hand with the Hiradokou, and plowed her misty blue fist into the soldier’s chest with an explosion of blue.
64. If she plowed through, the proprietor would be suspicious, and likely volunteer information to the enforcers when they came in.
65. The earth is flat, you’ll fall off the rim, dragons will dine on you; the great lie told as fact, and Columbus plowed it under.
66. More smoke rose in a thick, choking plume above the plowed wreckage which had once been a battery of twenty-four twelve-pounders.
67. He took a deep breath, then plowed into an explanation of what he and John had discovered, and what he had stored on the DVD disk.
68. Having plowed through the mail, he next went online and checked his e-mails that were waiting for him in the depths of the computer.
69. Barriers of web sought to keep him away but he plowed through them, not even blinking as a thick layer of web began covering his face.
70. In my father’s case, the business’s earnings were plowed back into the business, as actually was the case with Morrison’s father.
71. The best shelter he could find was a shallow pit dug around a coconut sapling, and he plowed into it, along with most of the men near him.
72. One by one, front running Valley Lander cavalry plowed into the enemy and then thousands hit the panicking enemy line with deadening force.
73. I plowed into the line waiting to go up the mountain, one of my skis went flying off over the cars in the parking lot, the other was with me.
74. The last of the swallows had gone long ago, and now the black outlines of rooks could be seen flying around the plowed fields looking for grubs.
75. S’us’ twisted her flexile neck out the way of Tomz’s fist as it plowed into the ground next to her, burying itself nearly five inches deep.
76. The man wrapped his fingers around the boy’s wrist and with their combined strength intercepted and caught Rachel as she plowed through the door.
77. The wagon, its nose shaped into a sharp point, plowed through its momentum into the still open doors, embedding itself there with a splintering crash.
78. She breathed deeply, looked around, saw that there were no spectators, reminded herself that it was a simple case over a paltry sum, and plowed ahead.
79. The patrol boat plowed into the cruiser’s side shearing the armored skin with its momentum and possibly the force of will of the man behind its wheel.
80. The lead animals being the first to reach water, plowed right in for their first sample of what they hadn’t seen throughout all the long day’s march.
81. Harry plowed through the Summer Term receiving marks of Distinction for his every assignment, and the preliminary term of his Sixth Form years was passed.
82. It would be plowed under, lost and forgotten, and it would return to its constituent elements, lead and copper, part of the planet, the same way it started.
83. I plowed through the next pile of documents, then pulled the third stack of papers off the table and sat on the floor with my back against the cold stone wall.
84. She saw with pleasure that the cotton stood well, as they passed between plowed fields where the green bushes reared themselves sturdily out of the red earth.
85. Unfortunately, they plowed through the other girls who did fling themselves into their arms and as a pastime, hassled those who pretty much spat in their face.
86. The two Japanese officers froze for a moment, watching the nearest Chinese trawler, now less than a hundred meters away, as it plowed resolutely straight at them.
87. The sudden surge of coordination impressed Cadman as he plowed through foe after foe, not taking the time to worry about killing fellow Anduains in the enemy army.
88. At this time the horse seller appears and he observes the horse in harness to the plow and the large extent of plowed acreage and the good farmer resting upon it.
89. Once more he lurched to his feet, Sig in his arms, and plowed toward the silhouette of a vehicle parked on the shoulder of the highway, several hundred yards ahead.
90. Cutting her wheel sharply to the right, she plowed into a mound of snow and came to rest against a misplaced bolder, from the steep overhang of the cliff above her.
91. Why had Roqford done this evil act? What had he done to him? The warden fell forward and was dead before his fat face plowed into the smooth plastic on the wall's walkway.
92. A runaway horse and carriage owned and operated by visiting tourists not a local villager, plowed through the fence and side yard of the Lodges' grounds one late July afternoon.
93. She had When, at last, they had neared Rough and Ready, a few camp fires were gleaming circled through a plowed field for a mile until the light of the fires died out behind her.
94. Nodding to each in turn she plowed on by, heedless to their entreaties as a treetopper strolling through a village would be to the occupants’ screams as it trampled their houses.
95. We then plowed the waves of the Indian Ocean, vast liquid plains with an area of 550,000,000 hectares, whose waters are so transparent it makes you dizzy to lean over their surface.
96. The crowd of spectators had a moment to look on in horror before Bob plowed right into them, knocking at least a dozen students to the ground and managing to land on a good number of them.
97. The helmsman attacked the wheel and spun it over so that the cruiser plowed off to the left in an abrupt turn even as the rear battery mounts swiveled over the side of the ship ready to fire.
98. Though for all Ganesh knew, Rajiv could be recounting over and over the moment of impact, when the other car’s hood plowed into his door, the flaming power that came from the collision’s momentum.
99. It's not every day that you see someone pull a weapon out of the vail and so he headed for the Bankhead tunnel (in which I was almost plowed over by a Buick), crossed Water Street and into the marshes.
100. The sea was plowed continuously by the many steamers providing service between the Gulf of Mexico and New York or Boston, and it was crossed night and day by little schooners engaged in coastal trade.
1. He plows ahead with his treatise.
2. Normally, the endmill just plows along.
3. You two, get out the plows and get started.
4. The grubbers of dirt and the wielders of plows.
5. The hard core did not allow their peasants iron plows.
6. Off came the saddles, on went the harness to pull the plows.
7. Alex and Tony were turning awkward hands to plows and hoe handles.
8. They painted them bright yellow, so they didn’t get hit by tractors or plows.
9. We are to drive the MMARV’s and use their plows to clear a runway, Caroline answered.
10. The inexperienced operators kept digging the plows into the ground and having to back the units out.
11. Clouds of steam rose from the MMARV hot plows as the rain water hit them forming something of a smoke screen.
12. The Iron Age plows of India pulled by draft animals mingle with steam engines, internal combustion engines and jet engines.
13. Then he set to work to teach the Indians how these metals could be melted and made into knives and plows and water-pipes and all manner of things.
14. He had become a clever worker with tools and now took over the making of yokes and plows while Jesus began to do more house finishing and expert cabinet work.
15. Only the tractor sheds of corrugated iron, silver and gleaming, were alive; and they were alive with metal and gasoline and oil, the disks of the plows shining.
16. To be specific, we are now in a position to be able to start producing in quantity simple farm tools, like steel plows, to be sold at very low prices to your farmers.
17. Raising their plows up and down to appear as formidable as possible and broadcasting a drum beat of their own from their speakers, the MMARV’s attempted to drive back the animals.
18. The chief thing in his eyes was not the nitrogen in the soil, nor the oxygen in the air, nor manures, nor special plows, but that most important agent by which nitrogen, oxygen, manure, and plow were made effective- the peasant laborer.
19. The chief thing in his eyes was not the nitrogen in the soil, nor the oxygen in the air, nor manures, nor special plows, but that most important agent by which nitrogen, oxygen, manure, and plow were made effective—the peasant laborer.
20. Nuclear powered tracked vehicles, they had large pointed plows mounted on the front that pushed debris out of the way, broke through doors and since the plow was also the reactor’s heat sink, burned through anything flammable that its laser or its cannon did not clear.
21. Nekhludoff was ready with arguments against this communistic scheme, and he retorted that in such case it would be necessary that all should have plows, that each should have the same number of horses, and that none should lag behind, or that everything should belong to society, for which the consent of every one was necessary.
22. In the winter of '46-7 there came a hundred men of Hyperborean extraction swoop down on to our pond one morning, with many carloads of ungainly-looking farming tools—sleds, plows, drill-barrows, turf-knives, spades, saws, rakes, and each man was armed with a double-pointed pike-staff, such as is not described in the New-England Farmer or the Cultivator.

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