The mechanical reaper and later improvements created a huge United States market for binding twine.
Earlier in the year they had grown barley, cut it with a reaper and binder and had it all in sheafs.
And he's known to leave his opponents to the reaper .
Later on, of course, he had to pay the reaper , give up his high flying Rock ‘n’ Roll life style, put the demon alcohol behind him and take up golf, but that's another avenue we can descend down on another trip.
Both of them were on the edge of the reaper 's scythe that morning, and surely their luck could not take them too far.
In 1831, he took up the project his father had pursued unsuccessfully for twenty years: building a reaper to speed the harvesting of small grains.
Kouru stumbled backwards and thought about committing ritual suicide but then remembered that her sword was a wooden one, she instead resigned herself to just collapse and await the reaper .
However, it was not until the mid-19th century that agricultural machinery, for example the reaper and the traction-engine, began to be adopted by farmers.
Yet it is no exaggeration to say that the mechanical reaper had as significant an impact on American society as any other invention in the country's history.
But you may be a little alarmed by the photographs because surely, you're thinking, the car in question is an instrument of Satan, the Reaper 's scythe.