wheat stalk

wheat stalk

traditional symbol of wealth. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
See: Wealth
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Electricity production by using wheat stalk, rice husk and corncob should be encouraged.
At the end of a wheat stalk, everything's set for a fierce fight.
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Hey, these waffles are "Made with Whole Grain Wheat." There's even a wheat stalk on the label.
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The wheat curl mite feeds on the plant and transmits wheat stalk virus disease.
"The State Emblem of the Kyrgyz Republic presents an image of a white falcon with outstretched wings, placed in the center of the blue circle in a white frame, and located in the background of the lake spurs of the Ala-Too mountains and the rising sun with golden rays placed on both sides of cotton and wheat stalks ears, with the inscription "Kyrgyz" located in the upper part of the circle, and the inscription "Republic" located in the lower part of the circle,"the statement says.
Moreover, all the other wheat stalks in the line behind you will thank you for it, and they will demand the same.
My hair, straight as wheat stalks, was cut to the scalp.