Deere John - definition of Deere John by The Free Dictionary
Deere (dîr), John 1804-1886.
American industrialist who pioneered the manufacture of plows especially suited to working prairie soil.
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John Deere John
Deere digs deeper into the toy industry by introducing a brand new and exciting addition to the line: Gear Force-action-packed toy vehicles that offer endless farm and off-road excitement, made especially for the preschool crowd.
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, brilliantly conceived by Roland, follows.