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View Diary: Sunday Puzzle potluck puzzle party, 2012-12-02 (135 comments)

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    Nova Land

    BAILER is correct. It's how you bind hay together into a bale.

    Oh. I see I've tried to define BALER instead of BAILER. Darn. But 'BALER' doesn't seem to be a word? Now, I'm confused. When my grandfather and uncles used to bail hay, they drove a machine around with a baling attachment on it. We always called (and spelled it) as BAILER. Oh well.

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    by pucklady on Sun Dec 02, 2012 at 07:01:02 PM PST

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    •  ah, now it makes sense! (1+ / 0-)
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      (And BAILER certainly works better than LIBRAE, the only other word that design215 suggested. It also works better than BLAIRE, the name I tested when I thought this might be a proper name.)

      I'm surprised BALER doesn't show up in your dictionary, but at least Wikipedia has it.

      [Perhaps at some point change the clue to something which matches BAILER, though -- maybe person who keeps a boat from sinking?]

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