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  • noun

Synonyms for harvester

someone who helps to gather the harvest

farm machine that gathers a food crop from the fields

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For the local agricultural economy, no machine is more important than the grape harvester.
Growers using the harvester can also eliminate the labor camps and other labor related problems and costs.
Combine harvester speed should also be adjusted suitably to avoid losses.
If you haven't yet sampled the famous Harvester salad bar, North Shields Harvester keeps it refreshed all day and you can enjoy as many helpings as you like.
The pub was taken over by Mitchells & Butlers, owners of Harvester, last summer as part of its acquisition of the Orchid Group.
Shriram Automall India Limited (SAMIL) announced that it has entered into a deal with CLAAS Agricultural Machinery Private Limited (CAMPL) to offer complete solutions in the disposal of their pre-owned harvesters.
Bionic Power's Knee Harvester collects kinetic energy by recovering the power generated when walking.
Paul Drake, manager of the Elms Harvester, in Birmingham Road, Allesley, Coventry, said: "The Tommy's Baby-Friendly Awards has set the benchmark for companies in the UK, and we are delighted and honoured to have been named Best Family Restaurant again.
The peculiarity of the mathematical models of loader and harvester is in the coupling between electrohydraulic system of manipulator control and its bearing structure that allows analysing their performance dynamics under various control effects of the operator.
GIVE your Dad, and his wallet, some VIP treatment this Father's Day with a fantastic family meal at your nearest Harvester Restaurant.
Then, they used a 'shaker' to reproduce the vibrations in the lab and connected it to a prototype cardiac energy harvester they developed.
Then, they used a "shaker" to reproduce the vibrations in the laboratory and connected it to a prototype cardiac energy harvester they developed.
Reg Hamilton, Waltzing Matilda and the Sunshine Harvester Factory: The Early History of the Arbitration Court, the Australian Minimum Wage, Working Hours and Paid Leave, Fair Work Australia, Melbourne, 2011.
The Fresh Hop Pale Ale will initially launch in bottles and on draft at the Harvester Brewery, and later roll out at select accounts in the region.
To explore tradeoffs between these two factors, we undertook a study of foraging in the Texas horned lizard, which feeds largely on harvester ants (Pogonomyrmex) throughout much of its range (Whitford and Bryant, 1979; Munger, 1984; Blackshear and Richerson, 1999).