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haymaker

[′hā‚mak·ər]
(agriculture)
A machine for curing hay.
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Haymaker, who says he provides pastoral care for the terminally ill, was caught using the blue badge to park in a disabled bay in December 2015, according to a council spokesman.
The power-ups included in the update are The Boot, Disruptor, Freezer, Grappling Hook, Haymaker, Magnetizer, Plunger, Power Hitter, Spike, Swapper and Tornado.
Haymaker Energy secured planning permission to place thousands of solar panels on the Kinmel Estate last year after a public consultation exercise resulted in little local opposition.
24 February 2016 - On January 29, 2016, Houston-based mineral rights company Haymaker Resources closed on the acquisition of mineral and royalty interests from certain affiliates of Oklahoma City-based oil and natural gas company Chesapeake Energy Corp.
Highway Patrol Lieutenant Bill Haymaker said "due to the severity of the fire" it was difficult to know why the plane came down.
You have to defend the body blow and the haymaker," he said.
Although it has a few fighting scenes, Adam Schuitema's novel Haymaker is not about boxing or fighting.
The Chicago Times takes ground against the White Stockings for retaining the Haymaker money, and very properly stigmatizes the act as robbery.
Fredrica Haymaker is a caring, devoted volunteer at the VA West Los Angeles Medical Center, where she makes an extra effort to help veterans feel dignified even when suffering through injuries or poor health.
The bank's chief information officer, Martha Haymaker, said, 'After a very smooth implementation and launch, we have been thrilled with our customers' response.
Virginia is predeceased by her husband, Joseph Paparella, and brother, Vincent Haymaker.
Haymaker was the nickname given to the 33-year-old champion.