stone roller

stone roller

n
(Animals) a small silvery freshwater cyprinid fish, Campostoma anomalum, of the eastern US, having a narrow black stripe on the dorsal and anal fins
[C19: so called because it pushes stones about in building its nest]
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Items that have already been confirmed for the next sale include copper milk churns, butter churns, a 1947 David Brown Crop Master, a 1958 Fordson Dexter, a 1954 Diesel Nuffield and a stone roller.
DAYTON, Ohio -- A stone roller used to build airfield runways in Kunming, China, during World War II made its American debut in June during a ceremony at the Air Force Museum.
Donated by Yunnan Province officials in China, the stone roller is the only one of its kind in the United States.
Next, a harrow is used to smooth the field, followed by a stone roller 0.3 x 1.5 m (12 x 60 in) pulled over the field to compact the soil.
Definitely shouts out to Thrasher, shouts out to Zoo York, shout out to Hundreds, Big Trill and Stone Rollers, which is like my crew skaters And just be on new skating and just beepin' it going, man.
The auction include collectibles like Avery scales, Vicon spinners, stone rollers, hayracks and churns.
We of the Church can be stone rollers in advocating for excellent care for seniors.
THE stone rollers - rather than the Rolling Stones - are being sought by Derbyshire detectives investigating a bizarre series of incidents this month.