reaping hook meaning in Hindi
- The American history of hay cutting tools begins with the reaping hook.
- In 1846 a mill was based in the village that sharpened reaping hooks.
- The blade of the sickle was serrated and less circular than the reaping hook.
- She refused to reveal his position, even as a British soldier held a reaping hook at her throat.
- Traditionally reaping was done with the scythe and reaping hook, but in Britain these have been entirely superseded by machinery.
- The artist, with reaping hook, gleaning basket, and cider press, denudes nature, we may say, but creates food.
- Shortly thereafter, one of Huck's soldiers put a reaping hook to the neck of Col . Bratton's wife, Martha, in an unsuccessful attempt to discover Bratton's whereabouts.
- In April 1930 they had enough money to purchase sand and Dr Sweeney, the President, used reaping hook and lawn mower on the course and R E Allen & R A Ditton leveled the greens and spread sand.
- This population boom were due to land shortage : the population density of Central Russia matched Western Europe, with the average peasant allotment similar in size to those in Germany and France ( at about 2, 6 " desyatina ", roughly 1, 1 hectare in 1900 ), but with only half the grain yield; this sharp difference from the rest of Europe was caused by the heavily outdated methods used by the Russian peasants in Central Russia : instead of the heavy iron plough low pulled by four to six horses in Western Europe, central Russian farmers often used a light wooden plough pulled by one horse or two oxen; they also used a small hand-sickle compared to the scythe or reaping hook which had been in use in Western Europe for over 50 years; sowing, winnowing and threshing was still done by hand compared to mechanised production in the rest of Europe; the use of chemical fertilisers were greatly below European standards; and advanced field rotations ( alternative between cereals and root crops ) were still largely unknown, while having been introduced in Western Europe in the mid-eighteenth century during the agricultural revolution.