farmer


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United States civil rights leader who in 1942 founded the Congress of Racial Equality (born in 1920)

an expert on cooking whose cookbook has undergone many editions (1857-1915)

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The farmer opened the lid a little way, and saw him inside.
Little Klaus gave the farmer his sack with the dry skin, and got instead a good bushelful of money.
After this last warning, the Farmer went into the house and closed the door and barred it.
I think I'll make the other a little bigger,'" said the farmer.
This fellow will scare the crows fast enough,' said the farmer.
It has lifted the farmer above the wastefulness of being his own errand-boy.
And as a result of this Telephone Crusade, there are now nearly twenty thousand groups of farmers, each one with a mutual telephone system, and one-half of them with sufficient enterprise to link their little webs of wires to the vast Bell system, so that at least a million farmers have been brought as close to the great cities as they are to their own barns.
It was just suppertime, and the farmer was washing his hands at the kitchen door.
Ah, I see as you bean't quite so lissom as you was," replied the farmer, with a grim smile, as he lifted the latch of his door; "we bean't so young as we was, nother on us, wuss luck.
The farmer hung his head, and without a word untied his servant, of whom Don Quixote asked how much his master owed him.
The same unworldliness was what had necessitated Angel's getting a living as a farmer, and would probably keep his brothers in the position of poor parsons for the term of their activities; yet Angel admired it none the less.
Here he is, master,' said he, 'I have got the better of him': and when the farmer saw his old servant, his heart relented, and he said.
The farmer observed it, and concluding I must soon die, resolved to make as good a hand of me as he could.
asks the black bonnet of the gray coat; and the hard-featured farmer reins up his grateful dobbin to inquire what you are doing where he sees no manure in the furrow, and recommends a little chip dirt, or any little waste stuff, or it may be ashes or plaster.
The expropriation of the farmers that took place at this time would also have swelled our vote had it not been for the brief and futile rise of the Grange Party.