creel

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creel

1. a wickerwork basket, esp one used to hold fish
2. a wickerwork trap for catching lobsters, etc.

creel

[krēl]
(textiles)
A frame for holding the correct number of bobbins or balls of roving in the appropriate position during the winding process.
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The need to clear the creels that often jammed in the narrow stern increased the risks to the crew.
THIS creel has a white painted interior and a brass hinged leather lid embossed with a sunburst pattern.
Standard machine includes 20-strand E-Glass delivery system with creel rack.
Saturday, ready to offer educated estimates on how much grandpa's fishing creel or old shotgun shell boxes would bring at auction.
There have been many approaches to spool handling, such as special fixturing to enable loading of a multiplicity of spools onto the creel spindle.
A MISSING fisherman's creel boat was found washed up on rocks by coastguards yesterday.
More than 200 creels worth more than pounds 5,000 were stolen, along with other gear, from Loch Kishorn.
Father-of-two Robbie, of Sanday, Orkney, had bought the creel boat weeks earlier and had used it only once before.
Neighbour Derek Naughton, who found Sam, said: "I couldn't see the cat but could hear it and started grabbing the creels and eventually found Sam in one near the bottom.
Also offers pultrusion dies (including injection type), fiber creels forming guides, resin baths, overwinding stations, mat slitters, flying cutoff saws, drill stations and notchers, roll-off tables, routers, trimmers, and other auxiliaries.