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churn:

see butterbutter,
dairy product obtained by churning the fat from milk until it solidifies. In most areas the milk of cows is the basis, but elsewhere that of goats, sheep, and mares has been used. Butter was known by 2000 B.C.
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Churn

The frequency with which a building’s occupants are moved, either internally or externally, including those who move but stay within an organization and those who leave a company and are replaced.
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Information is sketchy, but apparently he began to make can openers and probably other kitchenware items and became interested in a glass jar churn developed by E.
Dazey improved the Inoes churn with different paddles and in May 1906 applied for a patent on a "new and useful" churn.
For a couple of hundred pounds you can buy machines which churn and freeze, but will still take a while to churn down fully but are a lot better than the cheaper ones.