1 Today we begin the hay harvest.
2 So the animals trooped down to the hayfield to begin the harvest, and when they came back in the evening it was noticed that the milk had disappeared.
3 In the end they finished the harvest in two days' less time than it had usually taken Jones and his men.
4 Moreover, it was the biggest harvest that the farm had ever seen.
5 But everyone worked according to his capacity The hens and ducks, for instance, saved five bushels of corn at the harvest by gathering up the stray grains.
6 It happened that Jessie and Bluebell had both whelped soon after the hay harvest, giving birth between them to nine sturdy puppies.
7 Boxer would even come out at nights and work for an hour or two on his own by the light of the harvest moon.
8 Then a goose came forward and confessed to having secreted six ears of corn during the last year's harvest and eaten them in the night.
9 In the autumn, by a tremendous, exhausting effort--for the harvest had to be gathered at almost the same time--the windmill was finished.
10 A great harvest the mind had reaped; but for all this, compared with his son, he did not care one damn.
11 Eager to see it accomplished, and yet patient, she waited for the last fall, as for the ripeness and fulness of the harvest of her hopes.
12 They are now expecting their harvest, and are reinforced with the soldiers that escaped from Torquilstone.
13 I have watched the fellow more than once before ever I thought of making his professional acquaintance, and I have been surprised at the harvest which he has reaped in a short time.
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14 All the nights were close and hot during that harvest season.
15 The wheat harvest was over, and here and there along the horizon I could see black puffs of smoke from the steam threshing-machines.
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