gristmill

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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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The Flourmill has previously posted a statement on its Facebook page from the security company which said the staff had acted "correctly" in removing the man from the venue, where they said he had been behaving "inappropriately".
They surmised that the outbreak resulted from artisanal processing of lead-rich gold ores, which had recently expanded in scope and become increasingly mechanized through use of gasoline engine-powered flourmills to grind the ores [MSF 2012; United Nations Environment Programme/Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNEP/OCHA) 2010; von Lindern et al.
Another major project that benefitted all the settlers of the area was the flourmill built in 1904.
OFM is also setting up a flourmill at Sohar, with a granary coming up at the Port.
This was one of the multiple business ventures of the Corporation--others were brick making, a store, a flourmill and, of particular interest for this article, a printing press.
James Francis Garrick was born on 10 January 1836 in Sydney, the second son of James Francis Garrick who migrated from England to Australia in the early 1830s to manage a flourmill. Like his elder brother, James was articled to a Sydney solicitor and he was admitted to practice in New South Wales as a solicitor in December 1860.
AIL started operations at its flourmill in October 2000.
Settlement in the region began around 1855-6 and colonists were quickly convinced of the fertility of the land, erecting a flourmill in 1857.
The official registered a complaint with the FIA, accusing WAPDA SDO Saifullah Cheema of demanding money for providing an illegal connection at his flourmill. A team of FIA conducted a raid and rounded up the SDO when he was receiving money from the client, and have registered a case against the SDO.
Anyway in 1918 they began carrying out a number of reforms that in Europe would have been denounced as dangerously socialistic, including a state-owned flourmill, a state-owned grain elevator, co-operative controls over the selling of grain and the purchase of farm supplies - and a state-owned bank, still the only one in America.
In the distance, the knight thinks he perceives a "ciudad, castillo o fortaleza" (1978, 2.29.265), which turns out to be a flourmill. The pair would have capsized and drowned if it were not for the mill workers.
We enjoyed breakfast at The Guenther House restaurant - a restored stately home and flourmill.