slitting mill


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slitting mill

[′slid·iŋ ‚mil]
(lapidary)
A rotating disk used by gem cutters in slitting. Also known as slicer.
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Address: Slitting Mill Road, Slitting Mill, nr Rugeley, Staffs.
Around 1,000 tonnes of waste has been burning for more than two weeks at Oak Tree Farm in Slitting Mill, Rugeley.
n Visit Slitting Mill, near Rugeley, Staffordshire for the village open day with eight open gardens, stalls and a flower festival.
Another led to a slitting mill which came to be known as Nechells Park Mill, and hence the pathway would develop in modern times as Nechells Park Road.
For many years it boasted the slitting mill of Sampson Lloyd, a co-founder of the banking company, and it was the busiest thoroughfare in the town - so much so that in 1761 it was declared "very dangerous to travel through, on horseback or otherwise".
Residents in nearby Slitting Mill claim the events in June would cause noise, traffic and environmental problems.
A walker stumbled across the belongings on agricultural land off Slitting Mill Road late on Thursday night.
Saturday, July 7: Village day and gardens open in aid of Village Hall and Church, Slitting Mill, Rugeley, 1.30-5pm.
Cannock Chase Council paid a man who reported two armchairs being dumped from a van in Slitting Mill Lane, Cannock.
Two men ran away but a third was trapped in the car after the crash on the A460 Cannock-Rugeley road at Slitting Mill.
Also on the trail is the site of the former Lloyds Slitting Mill in Digbeth where the first reference to a black presence in Birmingham was made - a slave working as a furnaceman.
Dennis Valentine Ward, aged 72, from Oak Tree Farm, Slitting Mill, Rugeley, flouted the Environmental Protection Act by burning the waste without a license despite being given warnings to stop.