- n a sharp steel wedge that cuts loose the top layer of soil
- Stumbling over furrows of Kansas corn belt near Arkansas City, reaching in with the ploughshare to turn over a deeper layer of rich black loam, a farmer recently encountered an .
- All is studied, all calculated, from the pitch of a ploughshare to the cost of lubricating oil in the tractor that hauls the loaded wheat wagons to the fireproof bins (100,000 bu .
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You really don’t want to know how your great great great great great grandmother talked. The mouse. The fork. The cork. The ploughshare. The staff of life. The placket-racket. The whim-wham. The peacemaker. Read Full Story
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- Chris Fowler in The Guardian
When talking about disarmament, people mention 'beating their swords into ploughshares',says Chris Fowler. "The opposite of a sword is therefore a ploughshare. However, as the innings in question was, apparently, anything but an example of...