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Synonyms for thresher

a farm machine for separating seeds or grain from the husks and straw

large pelagic shark of warm seas with a whiplike tail used to round up small fish on which to feed

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Thresher, a 25-year Post employee, received no salary during the trip, in which he drove from Las Vegas to Georgia with his girlfriend and documented the excursion for the Web site operated by Working Families for Wal-Mart.
Bolger, on the other hand, engages in a willful fight with the thresher that can last up to three hours.
Surely, he can't draw a parallel between the Department of Navy's traffic fatality rate to the loss of the USS Thresher.
Jonathan Butt, from Threshers, said: "Newcastle has been voted one of the world's top party cities and now we know that Geordies have a good time when they are at home too.
Limited information on the movement patterns of bigeye thresher sharks has been obtained from mark-recapture studies by using conventional tags.
BP teamed up with Thresher to open 20 drink counters in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Ayr in a pilot scheme in recent weeks.
15 million combines on farms in Japan and power thresher demand has decreased accordingly.
QualityStocks today announces that its audio interview with Thresher Industries, Inc.
A person could be forgiven for thinking Minnesota Thresher Co.
That's when we came up with an easy, quick device of our own: a thresher made from a bucket, drill and chain.
Mark Thresher, Nationwide CFO, says the Columbus, Ohio-based insurer has increased investments in brand and expansion of the direct channel business into six new states.
It is one of the biggest UK thresher sharks ever reeled in by rod and line, beating the previous record of 350lbs for a 13ft catch off Looe, Cornwall, in August 2012.
COUNTRYSIDE: In the July/August Country Conversation, the Hamiltons asked if anyone knew of a small thresher available for small-scale grain production.
Nonferrous metalcaster Thresher Industries, Hanford, Calif.
Scientists discovered that the thresher shark species adapts its behaviour by "posing" and making itself more attractive to facilitate cleaning services.