For it seems that two women followed the dibber, carrying their seed-corn in basins and dropping one or two grains into each hole.
But I had begun to doubt that the money was to pay for a poor farmer's seed-corn.
It was all that they could do, with the exception of planting the seed-corn, and then they were faint with hunger as they worked.
Even so the snake represents the seed-corn in the mysteries of Demeter.
This house makes a specialty of seed-corn and we believe that they will do what they say they will.
Once in a while there occurs quite a general failure of seed-corn to come up.
Christian made no objection but gave help generously, including a cow, seed-corn, and so on.
Perhaps he lived on the seed-corn, and did not plough at all.
Like millstones do they work, and like pestles: throw only seed-corn unto them!
It is not thus that any seed-corn can be gathered from foreign gardens.