Corn husker


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Corn husker

A metal hook that was strapped on to a hand to help in husking corn.
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The other advanced intermediate suite is "Nebraska: The Corn Husker State," by Bernadine Johnson, which begins with a tricky alia breve four-part march in four flats.
Democrats had locked themselves behind massive doors cooking up the modern version of the Louisiana Purchase, the Corn Husker kickback and Union give-aways.
Anderson's companies already fabricate Energy Wise's lighting systems, bus parts for a Los Angeles transit district and corn husker machines that are sold in 28 countries around the globe.
perhaps a hand corn husker or a coal scuttle or a huge copper kettle.
The conmen act under the business names of Ultimate Freedom, Exclusive Travel Offers and Corn Husker
Fifteen-year-old August Rosenthal, the son of German immigrants, began toying with the idea of a corn husker on his parents' farm near Reedsburg, Wis.
Meanwhile, in 1860, a man named Samuel Johnston (about whom nothing much is known) began a long string of inventions in a tiny New York hamlet called West Shelby by patenting a hand-held corn husker.
55 bushels per acre on his entire farm in 1981; received the Goodyear Conservation Award in 1982; and was named All American Corn Husker in 1987.
cut; the Folding Daisy; the Corn Harvester; the Corn Husker and Fodder Shredder and the Hand and Self-dump Hay Rakes 8 ft.
4 mower and Big 4 mower, hand and self-dump steel hay rakes, self-binding corn harvester, corn husker and shredder, header, and manual-delivery reaper.
Wallace wrote at the time: "We believe that a genuinely good corn husker is entitled to more fame than the man who makes a touchdown in a college football game.