thresh


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They put thresh on them when they got wet and slippery, but often the thresh would slip outside.
While there is no real equivalent of Thresh in Britain, a UK Quake champion did emerge at last year's Quakeadelica final.
Before you wrench the joystick out of your teenager's over-active, hand, think of Thresh.
Back then, big breweries used hundreds of horse-drawn wagons instead of trucks, and a man walked behind a plow pulled by a horse or mule to break up the earth for planting, and neighbors got together to thresh each man's wheat, going from farm to farm in turn with a horse-powered threshing machine.