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If anyone on the planet does it better, a major light is being hid under a bushel somewhere.
Anyone who takes a bushel of drugs based on our say-so must be high.
Five years ago the price of peaches was six dollars per bushel.
The farmers want more worthless dollars to for a bushel of corn or wheat.
There's a hole in the roof and a bushel of ginger drying under an awning.
Taxpayers will no longer have to subsidize every bushel of grain or bale of cotton.
We also made our way to a local apple orchard and picked a bushel of apples.
The leaves and twigs are gathered by the inhabitants and bartered for corn, bushel for bushel.
These types were seen as gigantic genetic bushel baskets into which people could be sorted.
We are not disposed to hide what light there is under a bushel.
Before you make a friend eat a bushel of salt with him.
When the farmer had ladled the beer into the mugs, the family knelt down round the bushel.
Recreation crabbers can bring home one bushel of blue crabs.
The highest yielding soybeans can vary by more than three pounds of oil per bushel.
It takes about one third of a bushel to make a gallon of cider.

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