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- v. Present participle of harvest.
- n. The gathering of a mature crop, a harvest.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n., from harvest, v. t.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the gathering of a ripened crop
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"Think about the term 'harvesting your losses,'" suggests Meir Statman , a finance professor at Santa Clara University.
And while many celebrate the harvest at Mabon, my harvesting is pretty much done.
I don't beleave in harvesting organs – get a kidney on someone else's dime.
Amateurs are getting more widely involved in harvesting data because there is a rich and robust market for valid account logons, which dangle like candy in the Web browsers ofworkplacelaptops and PCs.
Security experts say Gonzalez and his cohorts specialized in harvesting large batches of stolen payment card account numbers to feed into an underground market run much like eBay and accessible via online forums.
I worked the morning hunt and talked to about a dozen people, some who had been successful in harvesting a deer, other who hadn't, but weren't quitting yet ...
My neighbors know very well that my goal also is to harvest only mature animals and I can assure you Mr. Noll that my clients who "pay for their buck" are only interested in harvesting a mature animal which coincidentally happens to be a vital part of QDMA!
Most of the Russian prisoners, the majority with peasant backgrounds, worked on German farms and became instrumental in harvesting crops.
What is the point than in harvesting CO2 from them?
So many people get caught up in harvesting a "trophy" that they are missing out on the simple joys of hunting.