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haymaker

[′hā‚mak·ər]
(agriculture)
A machine for curing hay.
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The application was submitted by Cadnant Planning Ltd on behalf of Haymaker Energy.
LOS ANGELES, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It's all about swinging punches with The Haymaker, as Jonathan Hay, a multi-platinum music industry executive takes a shot at many life changing events that would knock most people out.
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.
e Judge told Toulouse: "Your Y haymaker punch caused the damage and left Rory in a persistent vegetative state and he has never regained consciousness.
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.
She said: "She told him 'It's not worth it - just go home', wagged her finger and went to walk past when he swung his arm at her, delivering a haymaker of a punch.
ROUND 1 went to the bookies at Royal Ascot with only one favourite obliging and punters taking a standing count after a welter of low blows from haymaker outsiders.
He charged into a maul and appeared to throw a haymaker that led to mayhem resulting in his colleague Morgan Allen seeing yellow, together with Newport's Sam Waldron and Mike Poole.
RECTOR Bill Haymaker has put a cleric's dog-collar on his pet terrier - because it always accompanies him on visits to his flock.