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1. To remove metal by a circular tool having teeth, as by use of a milling machine. 2. A machine for rolling plates, shapes, rails, etc. See bark mill, bolting mill, gristmill, sawmill, textile mill, tide mill, water mill, windmill.
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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.
But he loves it at The Watermill, there are young people he can have fun with.
The post Conservation works completed at Chrysochous watermill appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Prior to joining Watermill Express, Jobe was the founder of Development Strategies International, a franchise and development strategic advisory firm.
Water channeled for watermills can produce electricity for a whole village, says Arshad, who got the idea after seeing a nearby hydroelectric power station.
The watermill owners could send their proposals regarding mills for seeking any technical and financial support, he said and added "we will give them that financial support and we have also funds earmarked for this particular facility.
An Eye On The World is published by Watermill Books, PS20.
Posted by youtube user Galya Germanotta, the video shows Lady Gaga's new look during he 20th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit.
Till a year ago, villagers knew Kuber as a small- time car mechanic who also operated the watermill and used to grind foodgrain in his off time.
With prices ranging from PS161,995 to PS224,995 at Watermill Gardens, househunters are being advised to view the new homes now, to make sure they don't miss out.
The development of watermill territories was closely related to development of technologies and construction of small-scale hydroelectric power plants (HPPs).