hoe in

hoe in

vb
(intr, adverb) informal Austral and NZ to eat food heartily
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He held a hoe in his hand, and, while Phoebe was gone in quest of the crumbs, had begun to busy himself with drawing up fresh earth about the roots of the tomatoes.
I did not know who I was and when I grew big enough to work, the Witch made me wait upon her and carry wood for the fire and hoe in the garden.
The Tabaco City police said initial investigation showed that the victim, Merriam Obcian, 36, was lying in bed when her brother Michael Obcian, 26, came and without any provocation, struck the victim's head several times with a 30-inch-long hoe in Barangay (village) Buang at around 7:45 p.
You must give credit to Alan Hoe in writing a biography on a close friend.
I made my first Victory Hoe in about 30 minutes, start to finish, from an old pine 1x4 and a piece of steel from the scrap metal bin.
He punched Mr Hoe in the face, knocking him down, then stood over him with the knife.
Artisan toolmakers, such as lefty-friendly Red Pig tools in Oregon and Rogue Hoe in Missouri, make state-of-the-art hoes (and "hand plows") with 12-inch handles.
Leave enough space between rows to get the hoe in when they're growing, if you want smaller onions which tend to keep better, plant the sets in each row no more than four inches apart in the row.
Above the Dome is Smeaton's Tower, which was built in 1759 to stand guard over the Eddystone Reef 20 miles off Plymouth and was moved to the Hoe in 1852 when its foundations started to collapse.
Mr Gray said he kicked down the back door, saw Mr Hoe in the living room, and initially thought he had cut his wrists.
The court heard of problems between Peter Hoe and Lee Hannan, who the jury heard was killed about two months after Peter Hoe in a fight.