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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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Following the closure of the canal around 1920, a couple of additional small fish farms were built on the grist mill property.
He worked as a senior manager opening and operating many fine dining restaurants including The Capital Grille, Hemenway's Seafood Grill & Oyster Bar and The Old Grist Mill Tavern.
Tourism is about to get a new attraction, too, thanks to an infusion of capital from Bill and Gail Cook of Bloomington and The Cook Group, who are helping the Friends of Beck's Mill restore an 1864 corn and wheat grist mill on a 14-acre site.
The grains were taken to the grist mill to be ground into animal feed.
I use a grist mill that I purchased from Lehman's Hardware Catalog, Kidron, Ohio.
Students operate a water-powered grist mill that produces stone-ground flours and baking mixes.
First, there was no historical structure on the G property to preserve, and the limits on the development of land near other property with a historic grist mill and plantation do not preserve the historical structures on those properties.
Sleeping from two to eight, each cottage has its own character and up to eight people can stay three nights for pounds 830 (pounds 103pp) in Grist Mill, an early 18th century watermill.
Neighbours in Grist Mill Close, Cheltenham, told yesterday how a gang of six-year-old boys threw bricks and stones at the car before the older boys reduced it to a heap of scrap metal.
i want you to tell me how you got the chance to work the grist mill and what wages you git .