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Thresh adds: "Global warming is an issue that concerns everyone and as a business whatever contribution that we can make towards a sustainable future then we will make it.
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.