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Encyclopedia > Reaper (disambiguation)

A reaper is a farm tool. The reaper was a horse-drawn farm implement invented in 1831 and patented by Cyrus McCormick in 1834 to cut small grain crops. ...


Reaper may also refer to:

  • Reaper, a restored Fifie fishing boat.
  • Reaper (alien), from the computer game X-COM: UFO Defense.
  • Reaper, a fictional species from the science fiction series Doctor Who.
  • Grim Reaper, a personification of death.
  • The Reaper, an album by the band Grave Digger.
  • REAPER, a Multitrack Audio Recording and Editing app by Cockos Inc. created by Justin Frankel,the creator of Winamp.
  • Els Segadors (lit. The Reapers), the national anthem of Catalonia.
  • Reaper, a Marvel comic book character.
  • John "Reaper" Grimm, the protagonist in the movie adaptation of Doom
  • Reaper, a band.
  • The Reaper, a seminal, often satirical, journal of New Formalism edited by Mark Jarman and Robert McDowell.

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Reaper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (83 words)
The reaper was a horse-drawn farm implement invented in 1831 and patented by Cyrus McCormick in 1834 to cut small grain crops.
It was made obsolete by the binder and later the swather.
The mechanical reaper replaced the manual cutting of the crop with scythes and sickles.
Death (personification) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (7364 words)
In modern-day European-based folklore, Death is known as the Grim Reaper or The grim spectre of death.
In the book Reaper Man, Death was temporarily deposed by the Auditors of Reality, who claim to Azrael, Death of Universes, that by gaining a personality he has become inefficient.
Follow the Reaper is an album and song by the Finnish band Children of Bodom.
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