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With stainless steel seats instead of polycarbonate seats the overall interior of this newly received rake is commendable.
Representative of passengers and Daily Passengers Association of Pakistan Railways (DPA) chairman Hafiz Abdul Qayyum said, while talking to reporter on Sunday, that passengers would prefer trains after the provision of facilities through new upgraded rakes of the train.
Lean on your rake and luxuriate in the quiet of another golden Oregon autumn afternoon.
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For sale at the next event, which takes place on Sunday, June 19 at the town's showground will be a particularly fine collection of old farming equipment, including a very large wooden rake dating from around 1890.
We expect a 40% drop in mango transportation through railway rakes this year.
When rakes are mentioned, you may picture a steel-headed, wooden-handled tool for smoothing the soil in the vegetable garden or grading mulch, stone or soil.
Editor's note: Keith Moe of Iowa also correctly identified the rake.
The race is for the most raked hands and not for the value of rakes.
Police discovered the body of Stephen "Stippo" Rakes, 59, on Wednesday in a secluded wood.
The most popular rakes are beloved just for their size--a big rake makes the job smaller.
Although the trip turned into a grand day out, who knew that in my part of Kansas, old hay rakes were so expensive.
On a dark and cloudy evening in 1802, villagers using long rakes were collecting contraband rum secreted in the reeds lining the canal.
Sixteen tines fan out to approx 50cm - one of the widest rakes we tested.