Terracer

Terracer

A horse-drawn bladed implement used to make terraces.
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This first-in-series new release is already proving to be a highly sought-after continuation of the previous ACMOC 1/16 scale collection, and is compatible with the #4 Road Patrol Grader and the #2 Terracer.
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As for the Whirlwind terracer, I borrowed one once 25 years ago from my brother-in-law, Owen Beethe, Steinauer, Nebraska.
I'vev gained an appreciation r for little things, likek tea outside on a terracer and a beautiful afternoon," she said.
To become a TV Terracer, send a 50-word nomination to TV Terrace, BBC Look North, Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE99 2NE or e-mail looknorthsport@bbc.
Dad had purchased a Whirlwind terracer to build dirt terraces on our dryland farm near Perryton, Texas.
The terracer was a single-axle offshoot of the pull-type road grader, designed to excavate ditches and berms for erosion control.
And boss Alan Robinson will have some of his key men back as the Bedford Terracers try to make it a stunning hat-trick against top guns City.
In addition to the self-propelled graders, early pull-type graders and terracers of all conditions were on display.