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1(bundle)paca femininefardo masculinebala femininea bale of hay/cotton/paper — una paca / un fardo / una bala de heno/algodón/papel
- ‘I'm going to pull a hard right and coast into that hay bale over there,’ Zell explained.
- The bales of stamped paper remained unpacked at Castle William; no man being bound to open and distribute them.
- And then, sure enough, he walks right up and throws a big ole bale of straw on my back.
- This may mean placing each bale 20 feet or more away from the neighboring bales.
- We'd found a crew loading bales of hay onto a trailer, and Jeff got out to shoot them while I went back to get our car.
- With practiced ease, Tundra picked another bale of hay off the pile.
- Grabbing a pitch fork she shoved it into one bale breaking off chucks that she spread out between the three ever grateful recipients.
- The two pals had been walking to the shop for sweets on Saturday when they were crushed against a wall by a trailer and tractor loaded with bales of hay.
- Firefighters remained at the scene through the night and throughout yesterday tackling small pockets of fire in the bales of paper.
- Some the size of mountains, some the size of hay bale.
- The sheepherder went over to his storage hut and brought out one bale of wool.
- Shayne was at the top of the haystack and handed down bale by bale to Blake, who handed it to Patrick, who handed it to me.
- Macra has also put together a whole host of novelty competitions and farm skills displays, from sheaf tossing to round bale rolling.
- Dakota nodded and tossed up another bale, thinking.
- Mr Miller is believed to have gone over to speak to Mr Holt, who was loading 40 bales of compressed cardboard onto a trailer with another worker.
- I told her, grasping another bale and heading back to the truck.
- I'd missed the sheep, though the winning decorated hay bale was disguised as such.
- No matter how good your hay is today, between now and feeding time, every rain, every windstorm, is going to steal nutrients from every exposed bale and stack.
- Meanwhile, they burned crops, destroyed railroads and factories and reached Savannah with 25,000 bales of captured cotton.
- With each lurch of the truck another flaming bale toppled off, coming to a flaming halt on the road or igniting the grass at its shoulder.
1(cotton/hay/paper) hacer pacas de(paper/hay/cotton) hacer fardos de(paper/cotton/hay) hacer balas de(cotton/paper/hay) empacar(paper/cotton/hay) enfardar
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