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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In 2000, Freddie quit farming and the pair moved to Oxford, bringing the gristmill and other equipment with them.
(4) He was from all accounts a formidable presence in the area, someone who traded aggressively in cattle, lobbied the central authorities to build a road through the area, built a sawmill and a gristmill and, most importantly in these early days of settlement, built a large protected residence.
Brazos de Dios grains are ground in a water-driven gristmill housed in a building that was originally constructed in northern New Jersey around 1760.
"The pattern / of thinking, which is radial--a wheel, the light in its scattering, / water around where the diver falls, vanishes," Phillips writes in "The Gristmill," providing an image for the circling discursive pattern of thought in his poems, intriguingly linked here ("falls, vanishes") with loss.
of the crowd grinds the gristmill heart of a socialist, so they
I found photos and architectural drawings of another rural Minnesota gristmill located close to my home town in the Built in America collection.
There are videos by The History Channel, focusing on religion, slavery, espionage, Washington's dentures, his state-of-the-art gristmill, and the creation of the life-like Washington figures seen in the exhibition.
The Bookmill itself is a destination, housed in an 1842 gristmill at 440 Greenfield Rd.
They attempted to develop the potential of Niagara, expanding Joncaire's canal and providing hydraulic power for their gristmill and tannery.
Located about three miles from Mount Vernon, the gristmill is sited along Dogue Creek.
On seeing them disassembled, he reconstructed a plow, a gristmill, and a clock without any further assistance.
Elias Briggs, the city's founder, hand dug the millrace in 1852, powering the gristmill and timber and agriculture industries that gave rise to the city.