isn't homemade; he has bought scythes
from both Lehman's (www.
They returned with the 5ft agricultural scythes
which they had stolen from a churchyard.
have been used for centuries to mow grass for making hay, clearing land of bushes and small trees, keeping fields or lawns neat and tidy.
It was in 1835 that Isaac Nash purchased a mill and sued two men in the manufacture of scythes
The motorway, which scythes
past the cathedral in a gentle curve, is treated as a kind of elevated harbour wall, forming the last barrier against the sea.
There are two styles of scythes
, the European and the American.
Belbroughton's fame as the village where scythes
were made is being remembered in a millennium memorial.
Richard Rauh's composition of elemental forms is on the same scale as the interstate highway that scythes
past the site.
One of the scythes
used during the traditional harvest was a massive six-foot-long tool bequeathed to the church.
Old age and sickness are a thing of the past, death can be overcome and people are able to reset themselves time and time again Population control lies in the hands of Scythes
- professional reapers who randomly select individuals to be "gleaned" or permanently killed.
candidate, Rowan, has gone rogue, gleaning too-bloodthirsty Scythes
in the guise of his new persona, the black-robed Lucifer.
Besides being an ideal tool for harvesting grass on a small scale, scythes
can also be used to harvest small grains, such as wheat and rye.