- n a sharp steel wedge that cuts loose the top layer of soil
- After ten years of beating, Congress last week transformed a monster sword into something faintly resembling a plowshare.
- He had taken Joe Lieberman's dart and beaten it into a plowshare.
- The conventional plowshare costs $4.
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- Building a history with prefab homes
Bill Roser Jr. | The Gazette When Franklin Hasel came home from World War II, he didn’t beat his sword into a plowshare. He traded the control stick of a P-51 Mustang fighter for a rubber hammer used to assemble innovative prefabricated homes as part of the post-war building boom. Hasel was an 18-year-old senior at Liverpool High ... Read More
July 29, 2013 - The Medina County Gazette
- Tim Kaine in Wilmington Morning Star
The USS Monitor Center embodies the Old Testament phrase "beating a sword into a plowshare," Gov. Timothy M. Kaine said during a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
- Virgil in Chicago Sun-Times
I'd have my ox groan as he pulls the plow deep and my plowshare glisten, polished by the furrow,Virgil writes.