slitting mill


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slitting mill

[′slid·iŋ ‚mil]
(lapidary)
A rotating disk used by gem cutters in slitting. Also known as slicer.
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A walker stumbled across the belongings on agricultural land off Slitting Mill Road late on Thursday night.
Also on the trail is the site of the former Lloyds Slitting Mill in Digbeth where the first reference to a black presence in Birmingham was made - a slave working as a furnaceman.
Dennis Valentine Ward, aged 72, from Oak Tree Farm, Slitting Mill, Rugeley, flouted the Environmental Protection Act by burning the waste without a license despite being given warnings to stop.
Residents in nearby Slitting Mill claim the events in June would cause noise, traffic and environmental problems.
It was then taken to Lloyd's slitting mill at Birmingham, whereby plates of wrought iron could be slit by specialist machinery into rods to be sold to nailmakers.
Village Day and gardens open in aid of Village Hall and Church, Slitting Mill, Rugeley, 1.
It will connect the towns of Cannock, Hednesford and Rugeley and take in Rugeley Chancel Ruins, the ironworks Site at Slitting Mill and Cannock Chase.
Two men ran away but a third was trapped in the car after the crash on the A460 Cannock-Rugeley road at Slitting Mill.
In 1746-7 a new slitting mill on the site was built by Abraham Spooner, recalled in Spooner Croft, and Edward Knight.
Later rebuilt as a corn mill, the Town Mill became a slitting mill in the eighteenth century and stayed as such until the early 1800s, when it was changed back to a corn mill.
Respected "X Files" reporter Nick Redfern has monitored sightings from Castle Ring to Slitting Mill.
THE Environment Agency is running a "have a go at fishing" day at Horns Pool near Slitting Mill, Staffs on Sunday, weather permitting.