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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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I have experienced firsthand United Allergy Services' commitment to providing exceptional support for its partner physicians as they seek to improve the health of their patients," said Thresher.
We want to provide the best customer service," Thresher says, but also accomplish that in an effective and efficient manner.
Graeme said: "We went out looking for a thresher shark thinking we'd be lucky to get one at all.
Graeme, 61, said: "We went out looking for a thresher shark thinking we'd be lucky to get one at all.
Malinski's hopes for a fruitful naval career were snuffed out when he and 128 of his crew mates perished after the state-of-the-art Thresher sank on April 10, 1963, during a test dive 220 miles east of Cape Cod.
You can recognise thresher sharks by their long tails - which they use to herd their prey into tight groups before feeding on them.
FORGET the Olympics - what the people of South Wales were really flocking to the capital to see yesterday was a 20ft Thresher shark.
COUNTRYSIDE: In the September/October 2011 issue, under "More small thresher ideas," by R.
Thresher Industries announced it has relocated to a new manufacturing facility in Hartford, Calif.
People's United Bank (NASDAQ:PBCT) has announced the appointment of Marie Thresher to senior vice president and chief auditor.
Entrepreneur Guy Hands' Terra Firma investment company sold Thresher Group, which owns Threshers, Wine Rack and Haddows in Scotland, to a consortium led by Edmund Truell, the former head of private equity firm Duke Street Capital.
Roger Whiteside, chief executive of the Thresher Group, said: "The partnership with Gordon is a great fit for us - he's direct, admired for being the best in his profession, and resonates with millions of people across the UK.
And if you see Calabasas resident Tom Bolger, a seasoned kayak fisherman, hook a 6-foot, 190-pound thresher shark and go on what is called, a ``sleigh ride,'' you might agree.
The system components are much less expensive, and one thresher could significantly lower overall production costs by serving several farms.
BP teamed up with Thresher to open 20 drink counters in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Ayr in a pilot scheme in recent weeks.