Harvester definition

Harvester means any person who harvests, possesses, transports, cuts, gathers, destroys, digs or uproots wild ginseng for the purpose of selling the ginseng or for personal use.
Harvester s permit” means a permit issued under these rules to a harvester.
Harvester means a person, firm, company, corporation, or other legal entity that harvests timber.

Examples of Harvester in a sentence

Test 1b used two telephones at the same time (Forest and Harvester) to send File1, File2, and File3.

Harvester, Viner, Thresher, Hay-baler, Straw-presser and Chaff-cutter; OPERATIVE DATE: As from the first pay period to commence on or after 6 April 1985.

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Ge, Y.S.; Liu, H.K.; Ding, Y.; Yin, H.; Fu, M.L.; Li, J.Q. A Study on the Characteristics of the Emissions and Fuel Consumption of Combined Harvester.

Women and Poverty in Britain: The 1990s, London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.Gregoire, T.


More Definitions of Harvester

Harvester means a person, firm, company, corporation or other legal entity that harvests or contracts to harvest a forest product.[PL 2003, c. 550, §1 (NEW).]
Harvester means a person who takes shellstock by any means from a growing area.
Harvester means a shellfish operation with activi- ties limited to growing shellstock, placing shellstock in a con- tainer, harvesting shellstock, transporting shellstock within Washington state, and delivering shellstock to a shellfish dealer licensed by the department within four hours of land- ing it. A harvester does not process shellfish, ship shellfish outside of Washington state, sell shellfish outside of Wash- ington state, sell shellfish to retail outlets, shuck shellfish, repack shellfish, or store shellfish in any location outside of the approved growing area from where the shellfish is har- vested.
Harvester means any person who gathers in grain or other crops by manual or mechanical threshing, swathing, or picking but shall not include an owner.
Harvester means every person who from the per- son's own land or from the land of another under a right or license granted by lease or contract, either directly or by con- tracting with others for the necessary labor or mechanical ser- vices, fells, cuts, or takes timber for sale or for commercial or industrial use. When the United States or any instrumentality thereof, the state, including its departments and institutions and political subdivisions, or any municipal corporation therein so fells, cuts, or takes timber for sale or for commer- cial or industrial use, the harvester is the first person other than the United States or any instrumentality thereof, the state, including its departments and institutions and political subdivisions, or any municipal corporation therein, who acquires title to or a possessory interest in the timber. The term "harvester" does not include persons performing under contract the necessary labor or mechanical services for a har- vester.
Harvester means a natural or legal person or a group of such persons, whatever legal status is granted to the group and its members by national law, who gathers the harvest of grapes from an area planted with vines in order to market those grapes for the production of wine products by third parties, or to process them into wine products in his holding, or have them processed on his behalf, with commercial purposes;