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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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Creel was a habitual user of these illicit substances," the judge wrote.
From 2010 to 2015, Michael Creel was chief executive officer and director of the general partner of Enterprise Products Partners L.
Creel surveys are commonly conducted on larger water bodies [26, 27] and survey techniques have been standardized to a large degree [15].
It's a 26ft one-man fishing vessel, commonly known as a creel boat.
When they do use it, the REID tag, which communicates wirelessly with a network of what Creel calls "communication units," records the dispensing.
Creel is a gifted designer and embroiderer and in readiness for her wedding to Prince Luka she is creating a wedding dress to be proud of.
The Creel Cat Litter Box will save its users significant time when cleaning it out, and will eliminate a great deal of the strain and exertion typically inherent in completing this task.
La JI se realizaria el domingo 15 y pretendia ser una consulta paralela a los procesos de seleccion de candidatos a diputados en 68 distritos para conocer--excluyendo a mas de la mitad del padron de militantes panistas--cual era la posicion interna de los precandidatos presidenciales Josefina Vazquez Mota, Santiago Creel Miranda y Ernesto Cordero Arroyo.
Tanto Josefina como Creel insisten en que los contrincantes estan afuera deL PAN.
Con estos puntos en contra, Creel ha comenzado a caer ligeramente en algunos estudios de opinion, como el de las empresas GEA-ISA y Gabinete de Comunicacion Estrategica, que ya lo colocan por debajo de Vazquez Mota.
These include installing a large rear-view mirror to monitor deck activities, mounting additional knives on the boat, ensuring nobody clears a creel without verbal instruction from the skipper and the widening of the stern opening so creels do not get blocked.