gristmill

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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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The Corn Mill, Clattering Ford, Ballygowan Road, Comber, Co Down, BT23 5QH Offers around PS445,000 Michael Dunn Property Consultancy
The Corn Mill is currently being marketed by Simon Blyth Estate Agents with an asking price of PS1,495,000.
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.
Meanwhile, the department also turned over a corn mill worth P 340,000 to Andili Corn Farmers Association.
Watermills on the new stamps include the privately-owned ex-estate early 19th century Felin Cochwillan at Tal y Bont, Bangor (pictured left); Cheddleton Flint Mill in Staffordshire, now managed by an industrial heritage trust,, and New Abbey Corn Mill, Dumfries and Galloway, which is maintained by Historic Scotland.
Canin, whose family owns rice farms and a rice and corn mill in Kananga town, Leyte, also identified the policemen who had been providing protection to Kerwin's syndicate.
Walker Builders Ltd, discharge of conditions 4, 6, |7, 8 on previous permission for change of use of existing garage/workshop to one house, 3 Corn Mill Bottom, Shelley.
BEAUTIFUL LEVEN: The picture on the right, above, is a rare 1891 image of the Leven, with Leven Bridge in the background, a mill race branching off the river towards the corn mill which stood at the end of the village.
It's a stone-built four-bedroom former miller's cottage and partially converted former corn mill with planning permission for a fourbedroomed residence.
Simon, who plays Corrie bad boy Steve McDonald, was spotted at the Corn Mill with Craig Charles of Red Dwarf fame.