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fulling

[′fu̇l·iŋ]
(textiles)
A process in which a felt fabric is pounded with hammers in order to develop firmness.
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In Wales the fulling mill was known as a pandy, a name that has often outlasted the building themselves.
3 acre property at 329 River Road was sold to Fulling Mill for $115,000.
Beyond Prebends Bridge we pass a riverside boat house and at the nearby metal sculpture we turn away from the river bank and head up the slope (with the Old Fulling Mill below on our left).
Alan Willis from Middleton in Teesdale could do no wrong with a Fulling Mill SR Fire Cat.
Jubilee: Damsels, Daddies, Black beetle, Hare's Ear, Fulling Mill SR Fire Cat.
ENGLAND TODAY: Make your own stained-glass window at the Old Fulling Mill Museum of Archaeology in Durham.
uk (3) If you have kids aged five to 11, head to The Old Fulling Mill Museum of Archaeology in Durham, where they'll be able to make a Viking longship and a warrior to sail in it on Saturday, at drop-in sessions between 1pm and 3pm.
BACK on the fly fishing theme, Mid Northants Team Loop UK won through to a place in the coveted Anglian Water Fulling Mill International final in the latest round held at Grafham Water.
Below the 19th-century mill building stands the site of Garston fulling mill, which was granted to the monks of Stanlow (formerly Stanlaw) circa 1260.
Then Fulling Mill Stud has a half-brother to two winners by Irish 2,000 Guineas hero Prince Of Birds (64), who started his stud career in Japan.
At various times the Canterbury Shakers operated saw and grist mills, wood mills, turning mills, a fulling mill, a carding mill, a tannery, a clothiers' mill with large power looms, a threshing mill, and an ice house.