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Cronus
   is the Greek God or Goddess of   
The Harvest
Saturnus
   is the Roman God of   
The Harvest
Neil Young
   released the album   
Harvest Moon (1992)
Renenutet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Harvest
and fertility. Cobra
King Harvest
   released the single   
Dancing In the Moonlight
1972; reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
Neil Young
   released the album   
Harvest (1972)
Harvest
   in French is   
Récolte
Harvest
   in Portuguese is   
Colheita
Harvest
   in Italian is   
Raccolto
Banana Festival and Harvest Week
   is held in   
Tweed Valley Tasmania, Australia
Held in August annually The Festival features spectacular street parade, food, and music festival,many free events, billycart grand prix, garden competitions, and much more
Harvest Festival
   is held in   
Mornington Penninsula, Victoria Australia
Held Annual Music, Fim and the Arts Held in January
The Harvest Moon
   is/are   
The Full Moon Nearest to the Autumnal Equinox Appears Brighter
This is an illusion. The yellow or golden or orangish or reddish color of the moon shortly after it rises is a physical effect, which stems from the fact that, when you see the moon low in the sky, you are looking at it through a greater amount of atmosphere than when the moon is overhead. Northern hemisphere around September 23rd, Southern hemisphere around March 21st. Known as the harvest moon because it rises close to sunset giving extra light to farmers harvesting crops.
Trockenbeerenauslese
   is described as   
German Term for a White Wine Produced from a Very Late Harvest of Grapes That Has Been Infected With Botrytis
Scott Phillips
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Ice Harvest (2005)
Based on the 2000 book
Maggie's Harvest
   was written by   
Maggie Beer
Over 350 recipies using produce from the Barossa Valley.
Dashiell Hammett
   wrote   
Red Harvest
Time included Red Harvest in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005
Harvest Time Blues Festival
   is held in   
Ireland
Often referred to as the most prestigious and established blues festival in Ireland. It is also seen as one of the great innovations in Ireland’s calendar of niche musical events.
Melvyn John Pritchard
   has played drums in   
Barclay James Harvest
English Art Rock Band
Reap
   is   
Harvest or Gather Produce
Yavanda
   is the elvish word for   
Harvest
September
   has the Native American name   
Harvest Moon
The most familiar named moon, September's harvest moon refers to the time of year after the autumn equinox when crops are gathered. It also refers to the moon's particularly bright appearance and early rise, which lets farmers continue harvesting into the night. Other names include the corn moon and the barley moon.
Apple
   has a variety named   
Early Harvest
The Four of Wands
   represents   
Beauty of the Harvest Home / Peace
Minor Arcana
Stuart "Wooly" Wolstenholme
   has played keyboards in   
Barclay James Harvest
1967-1979, founding member
Harvest
   in Spanish is   
Cosecha
Rod
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Harvest and Witchcraft
Deadly Harvest (1977)
   starred   
Clint Walker, Nehemiah Persoff and Geraint Wyn Davies
Director: Timothy Bond. Also starred Kim Cattrall, Dawn Greenhalgh & Tami Tucker. Plot: Farmer (Clint Walker) struggles to keep food on the table, and regain his son who has joined a gang of marauding city-folk during the world's worst famine.
Harvest
   was the English title of   
Regain
1937; directed by Marcel Pagnol
Norman Partridge
   wrote   
Dark Harvest
Harvest
   is missing from the title of   
___ Moon
Neil Young (1992)
Mississippi John Hurt
   performed the blues song   
Blue Harvest Blues (1928)
Harvest
   in Filipino is   
Ani
Arthur Honegger
   wrote music for   
Harvest (1937)
French, "Regain"
Camille Pissarro
   painted   
The Harvest
1882, oil on canvas; Bridgestone Museum of Art, Tokyo
Neil Young
   released the single   
Harvest Moon
1992; gorgeous melody; long lasting popularity
Robert Louis Stevenson
   said   
"Don't Judge Each Day by the Harvest You Reap but by the Seeds That You Plant"
Scottish novelist, poet and travel writer
The Wurzels
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Combine Harvester (Brand New Key)
June 6 1976 for 2 weeks
Vintage
   is described as   
The Year of a Grape’s Harvest, As Labeled on a Bottle of Wine






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