|siili englanniksi||crop, hedgehog|
: a crop of ideas
*: A little bird sat on the edge of her nest;
*: Her yellow-beaks slept as sound as tops;
*: Day-long she had worked almost without rest,
*: And had filled every one of their gibbous crops;
*: The bird gave a gulp, and I felt the stone pass along its gullet and down into its crop.
*: I will crop off from the top of his young twigs a tender one.
: to crop a field
*: There are hedgehogs with sultanas as well as breadcrumbs, carrot cakes and fruitcakes and banana walnut loaves.
*: I am so flustered that I order a vanilla slice instead of hedgehog.
*: His wife had made a hedgehog cake and he offered some but Murphy refused – his mouth was so dry with terror he couldn?t swallow.
*: The first machines merely loosened, but did not raise the stuff, a scouring being afterwards effected by means of sluices. These machines consisted of large bars or prongs placed vertically in a frame, and being fastened to a barge placed in the line of the sluices, the whole was inpelled forward by the current, thereby scouring the bed. Such a machine, called a hedgehog, is still used in Lincolnshire.