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reap a harvest

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreap a harvestreap a harvestRESULTto get good or bad results from your actions The company is now reaping the harvest of careful planning. harvest
Examples from the Corpus
reap a harvestAnd with his prosthetic hand, Harrelson reaps a harvest of bad sight gags.In the past few years dedicated search projects in the United States have reaped a harvest of the skies.
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