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thresh

[thresh]
(agriculture)
To extract grain or seed (as from wheat stalks) by treading, rubbing, striking with a flail, or using a threshing machine.
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Thresh - derived from "to strike repeatedly" - is an idol to millions of youngsters who, thanks to the Internet, can watch the cyber-battles he wins in champion style.
He just seemed to really enjoy himself and I think the children will really take to him," said Andrew Thresh.
Thresh adds: "Global warming is an issue that concerns everyone and as a business whatever contribution that we can make towards a sustainable future then we will make it.
Mr Thresh had hoped for a leisurely dip in the pool but was instead thrown in fully-clothed.
farms can harvest, thresh, separate, and clean, but the expensive mechanisms that perform these operations can bring the price to $250,000.
Andrew Thresh, general manager of the Village Hotel and Leisure Club, said: "The three separate dining areas in Village Coventry are designed to stand on their own rather than as hotel restaurants and to appeal to local people as well as hotel residents.
While there is no real equivalent of Thresh in Britain, a UK Quake champion did emerge at last year's Quakeadelica final.
Gideon, though, had the initiative to thresh his wheat in a winepress, thus hiding it from the Midianites.
General manager Andrew Thresh said the 98 bedrooms had been filled by people at a conference, ensuring that the 180 new staff got off to a busy start.
British Telecom Online is searching for the best player of Quake in the country to challenge America's Quake champ, Thresh, on October 15.
Hotel general manager Andrew Thresh said that the new rooms would make North Tyneside the biggest of the current 14 Village hotels in the UK.