John Deere

NOUN
  1. United States industrialist who manufactured plows suitable for working the prairie soil (1804-1886)
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  • Older John Deere 7000 planters sometimes put seeds almost on top in lumpy spots while dropping them in just right where the soil is softer.
  • If you want to get a bird's eye view of what's going on in the surrounding villages (not much) then a brisk climb up to their summits is suitably rewarding, even if it's only to see Range Rovers not giving way on the narrow lanes to gargantuan John Deere tractors with equally frightening implements sticking out the back. Autumn Ascents
  • Aston Martins and Bentleys are on display in the auto pavilion just a stone's throw from the latest John Deere models.
  • To achieve continued growth, John Deere (Ningbo) Agriculture Machinery Co. Ltd has started the cylinder manufacturing business. At the same time, it is launching projects of other product lines.
  • AE is one of the developers of these installations; Wind Capital Group and John Deere Wind Energy are also involved. Archive for » 2007 » September : Sustainablog
  • Or perhaps call them at 11: 00pm to find out if that great John Deere riding mower is going to be included in the sale because hey, that’s a valid reason to wake up your Realtor, right? Real estate agents are next « BuzzMachine
  • And, as I have already noted, John Deere seemed quite content to stay with steel plows and leave the tractors to the Ford Motor Company or anyone else willing to gamble on a horseless farm economy.
  • The left tank was for gassing up the lawnmower, cars, and pickups and the right tank was for fueling the grain truck, the haystack movers, and anything John Deere green.
  • To the big-city lesbian who comes for a visit with friends and finds a John Deere tractor parked in the airport terminal, Sioux City is corn-fed country.
  • I won't let her go for anything less than my neighbor's '86 John Deere swather. Oh Idaho!
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