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haymaker

[′hā‚mak·ər]
(agriculture)
A machine for curing hay.
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It is you're a boxer haymakers five He said: "Of course we need wins, there's no doubt about that.
The Haymakers, Unions and Trojans of Troy, New York: Big-Time Baseball in the Collar City, 1860-1883
Among other solid ball players, the Haymakers signed pitcher John McMullen and center fielder Tom York.
He's not only a dynamic player but he's a dynamic person as well and will be an outstanding representative of the Haymakers organization.
I'm not usually a violent man but I came close to throwing a few haymakers.
If last night's presidential debate provided anything, it's that the problems of the entire world are difficult to distill into a 90-minute forum that allows time for zingers, haymakers, and some sneaky digressions (debate theme be damned
The Parklife haymakers will take to the stage at London's Hyde Park on 12 August alongside supporting acts The Specials and New Order in honour of the sporting extravaganza.
As long as I'm not running in from miles away, throwing haymakers - which I'm not - it's fine to be feisty and competitive.
The boxing analogy is apt, given the punishment they've taken, but as in those old ring movies, they might just produce one or two haymakers of their own to turn the whole thing around.
More than half of Haymakers acreage is covered by natural pastureland.
Some autorickshaw drivers tried to stop him, but were kept at bay by the potential haymakers.
I was interested to see Bob Rundle's photograph of The Haymakers, 1950 (Bob Rundle, 'Peter Kennedy: Times Remembered', Folk Music Journal, 9.