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bladder press

[′blad·ər ‚pres]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine which simultaneously molds and cures (vulcanizes) a pneumatic tire.
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Before long, we headed back to the historic and pleasantly ramshackle Blue Belly Barn on the Suite Edna property, there to toss the clusters into a de-stemming apparatus and then into a hand-operated wine press.
In fact, according to historic wine-making documents, it was believed that the firm manufactured the best hydraulic wine press on the West Coast.
Anna's Linens last week opened a store at the Wine Press Shopping Center at 3080 W.
EVERY year, at about this time, there's the usual spate of commentary, analysis and opinion in the wine press about the quality of the latest vintage.
Still, getting even a partial thumbs up from the wine press is a good thing for a new world wine--and sure to keep the pressure on to perform.
Artistic hands-on sculptures and archeological findings, such as a cave and an ancient wine press, add to the visual appeal of the trail.
The trend to purchasing juice (mosto) ready for vinification has made the wine press almost obsolete in Toronto, except for the diehards who refuse to give up old ways (Photo 9).
When the wheel of the wine press spins backwards, the grapes regather themselves, restrain your hands, and lie down atop the dull knife.
it takes the wine press as well as the grape to express juice, and it takes environing and resisting objects as well as an internal emotion and impulsion to constitute an expression of emotion.
2 million Euros and includes a broad spectrum of programs and services including trade promotions, digital media, public relations, social networks, as well as maintaining a Loire Valley Wine Press Bureau in New York City.
We have noted that the mainstream wine press tends to focus on a handful of top wine producing regions.