What is done to corn after it is removed from the stalk.
"shuck and jive": is a social activity that slaves (black employees) once participated in by large groups (before the advent of modern farm equipment used to "shuck" corn) to chat idly, gossip, or tell lies, spread rumors or (in rare cases) convey news or true, sincere feelings
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