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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This was obviously true; more the material had to be threshed more would have been the fuel consumption.
Table 4: Means and Duncan's multiple range groups regarding germination speed (GS), germination power (GP), electrical conductivity (EC) of seed leakage and water absorption rate (WAR) of chickpea seeds threshed by different beaters and concaves
During corn ear threshing, threshed grains that passed through the concave sections entered containers 11, 12 and 13.
When threshing corn ears, the following three technological processes take place inside the threshing crescent: corn ears are threshed, i.e., grains are separated from ear cobs; threshed grains are separated through the mass being threshed and the concave grates; and the entire mass being threshed is transported over the surface of the concave toward the straw walkers.
'Most of the problems are being threshed out naman so I don't think there's any threat as of this time for a need for a change of leadership,' Ejercito added.
The threshed material with unseparated through concave grains are forwarded to the collecting container 10 by means of the beater 5.
Fisher, told me he had wheat he wanted threshed," Papaw said.