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Harvest

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A highly scalable, customisable system for discovering resources on the Internet.

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Abu Hidayat predicted that harvest time this year will last only for two months.
In addition to piles of fresh local shrimp, this celebration of harvest time includes Georgia wines, Georgia micro-brewed beer and the best Georgia home-grown music and art.
It receives almost 10,000 tons of sugarcane daily and produced over 3,000 tons of bagasse for an adjacent power plant when it operated at full capacity during harvest time in late 2013.
Harvest Time Apple picking, snack bar, apple dumplings, cider, doughnuts, wagon rides, playground and more.
Lark Rise To Candleford BBC1, 8pm It's harvest time, and when Alf is crowned "king of the mowers'", he vows to bring in the harvest in record time, as the third series of the period drama based on the novels by Flora Thompson continues.
Yesterday his painting Harvest Time, estimated at pounds 50,000, sold for pounds 109,250 and his work The Hay Wain, also ra d at pounds 50,000, fetched pounds 70,850.
AT one time many Welsh farmers used to brew their own beer at harvest time to give their workers a sharp whet to help them scythe through the dusty days in the fields.
All the children at the school were asked to bring gifts like fruit, vegetables, flowers and anything to do with harvest time.
We're approaching wine harvest time, which means that vineyard wine festivals and hands-on opportunities are on the docket around the state.
They came round at Christmas to sing carols to him and visit him at harvest time.
Leaf time is also harvest time, the setting for Maine's two top agricultural fairs.