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gristmill

[′grist‚mil]
(food engineering)
A mill that grinds grains.

gristmill

A mill for grinding grain; in earlier times powered by the wind, a stream, river, or by tidal water.
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Melin Bompren, the corn mill, is the most sinister stop on the route.
72 per hour, average earnings in wet corn mills in September 1982 were 25 percent higher than in flour mills ($8.
He was flown to Leeds General Infirmary by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance which landed in the Corn Mill car park.
One staff worker at the Corn Mill pub, which over looks the River Dee, said: "They were here for a drink, and there were some people taking pictures of them.
The French car maker was founded in 1810 after Jean-Pierre and Jean-Frederic Peugeot turned their father's corn mill into a steel mill in order to capitalise on the industrial revolution.
Hill Hook is the site of a former corn mill dating back to about 1650 (Oliver Cartwright is the first recorded miller in 1671).
Country & Metropolitan is currently developing the former Abacus depository in Digbeth and developing homes on the Old Corn Mill site in Wolverhampton
Close to hand, too, are the family fun-themed Watermouth Castle, the historic Old Corn Mill, haunted Chambercombe Manor and the popular Mullacott Miniature Ponies and Shire Horse Centre.
Demolition of existing conservatory and porch to East elevation to facilitate single storey extension, The Old Corn Mill, Stainland Road, Elland.
AFORMER corn mill in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside offers the opportunity to live the rural dream or perhaps run a holiday business from the converted property.
AS we arrived at The Corn Mill we marvelled at the sight of the superb 18th-century mill set beside the rushing waters of the River Dee at Llangollen.