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Synonyms for picker

a person who chooses or selects out

someone who gathers crops or fruits etc

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The hoppers were divided into bin companies of ten pickers, not counting children, and Athelny loudly boasted of the day when he would have a company consisting entirely of his own family.
'The cotton pickers mostly fall in the first category of labourers.
The Litchfield Pickers Market will return Sunday, July 14 from 9 a.m.
The convention was held by Sindh Community Foundation attended by more than 400 women cotton pickers from the different areas of all three talukas of District Matairi.
Talking to reporter, a health expert Qasim Raza feared that the trash pickers may inflict seasonal and communicable diseases like Influenza, skin allergy, diarrhea, boil and other fatal diseases.
Antique collectors, rejoice: History Channel's "American Pickers" is coming to pick through your garages and sheds.Antique collectors, rejoice: History Channel's "American Pickers" is coming to pick through your garages and sheds.
The Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) warned the public on Tuesday against 'too good to be true' job offers abroad, following reports of Canada's supposed need for mushroom pickers.
Trash pickers who make a living selling discarded cardboard boxes and other recyclable waste are getting desperate because rates have plummeted following China's decision not buy more waste from Korea.
"If you just put pickers in a zone, there is going to be idle time when there are no picks for their area," says Kumar.
The report Third-party monitoring of measures against child labour and forced labour during the 2017 cotton harvest in Uzbekistan is based on more than 3,000 unaccompanied and unannounced interviews with a representative sample of the country's 2.6 million cotton pickers. It shows that the country is making significant reforms on fundamental labour rights in the cotton fields.
Part human comedy and part mystery, "Lies the Mushroom Pickers Told" by accomplished novelist Tom Phelan is an enthralling, masterful story about what holds a village together and what keeps people apart.
Mechanical cotton picking began to be practical in 1943, when International Harvester produced the first dozen of their successful commercial cotton pickers. However, although the spindletype harvester finally proved to be successful, even until today, its introduction wasn't smooth.
Like many pickers, Nondeyi was driven to the streets out of necessity.
I have yet to see any litter pickers doing something about it.