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  • n  a stack of hay

  • An enterprising publican near Birmingham bought a hayrick, stuck it in a nearby field, and advertised it "for sale.
  • Beside a hayrick, against which he has dropped his pitchfork, a sturdy young farmer, barefooted and stripped to the waist, clutches a girl in a blue dress who looks both alarmed .
  • On one especially hot day, they left the boat in the sedges by the river and went to sit near a hayrick where it was shady.

  • Mike Selvey in CricInfo.com
    A hayrick-haired son of the soil with a heart of oak bowled England to a memorable victory,wrote Mike Selvey in The Guardian "Hoggard is a country boy whose ploughman-plod has its roots in solitary dogwalking out on the moors. A brief...

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