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A combine harvester makes short work of reaping a field of grain. With less sophisticated methods, winnowing takes longer, but the basic process is the same.
In some countries the harvesting procedure has changed little since biblical times, when a "fan" was the tool used. This was simply a fork for tossing the grain into the air so that the wind would blow the chaff away.
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