(1) It took her two years to ask him out but a sickle moon and a small drop of u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510friendshipu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb helped.(2) A crackling frost under a sickle moon(3) The bruise was a dull, greenish sickle of shadow(4) I asked Ahmad Khan one night as we drank sweet tea, under a sickle moon white as a picked bone that hung in the sky above us.(5) Ma'dan blacksmiths make fishing spears, reed splitters, sickles (curved cutting tools), and nails for the canoes.(6) Some researchers speculate that the shift occurred after people began using sickles to cut down barley and other wild grasses.(7) I was harvested with sickles , tied in sheaves and buried in the bog-holes until such time as the skin peeled off easily.(8) The vast gold curtain that is still decorated with a herringbone of hammers and sickles rises, the orchestra starts to play, the dancers move.(9) He arranged two lines of men with flails, clubs, pitchforks, sickles , and reaping hooks.(10) They use no machinery, only human labor and simple tools such as axes, knives, hoes, scythes and sickles .(11) He was also responsible for linking the Druids to mistletoe, white robes, golden sickles , and herbal medicines, all of which are part of the popular perception of Druidism today.(12) Normal hemoglobin is adult or Hb A. In active tissues with reduced oxygen, Hb S crystallizes into rods that aggregate and make cells look like crescent shaped harvesting sickles .(13) My classmates cut the wheat with small sickles .(14) The weapons were cut up and remade into 4,000 hoes, sickles , shovels, and other garden implements for redistribution.(15) Then, one after another, they slit the men's throats with rusty harvesting sickles .(16) Consistent with their agricultural roots, both dances, which are among the many competitive dances of Bagika and Bagalu, are often performed with farm implements such as hoes or sickles .