mill worker

mill worker

or

millhand

n
a person who works in a mill, esp a cotton mill
Translations

mill worker

noperaio/a di cotonificio
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OUT OF THE FURNACE (Film4, Tuesday, 9pm) STEEL mill worker Russell Baze (Christian Bale) is involved in a car accident after a night drinking and sent to prison.
When a saw connects with a large piece of metal such as a spike in a log, there is a significant possibility of a mill worker being maimed or killed.
Hot mill worker Christopher Walters, 48, said: "We all feel like we've been kicked in the guts.
A PAPER mill worker has won PS26,000 in compensation for unfair dismissal after being falsely accused of stealing diesel.
EARLIER this year Kerrie Hayes was Bafta-nominated for her role as feisty mill worker Esther Price in the period drama e Mill, against Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter and Maxine Peake.
The group took some ideas from a diary kept by smelt mill worker Thomas Dixon, whose wife Jane had to travel to Blackhall Mill one day a week to bake cakes.
Covering his face in chalk and donning overalls, the farmer turned into an ill-tempered mill worker and began drawing with charcoal.
A mill worker who moved into journalism and set up the North's first Labour newspaper, The Labour Light, in 1890, as well as being a prolific columnist writing under the name, Teddy Ashton', Clarke was poet, author of dialect sketches and chronicler of the moors and the 'windmill land' of Fylde, surrounding his Blackpool home.
In some ways it is a continuation of the theme of her novel Lyddie, about a mill worker in Lowell, Massachusetts in the mid-19th century.
The sense that a new regime in Washington, as personified by the charismatic FDR, provided government support for mill worker empowerment complemented this techno-cultural thrust to create a powerful, cohesive mass movement that triggered the mass strike.
Immigrant and mill worker history contributes to this survey of how a small village changed to turn itself into such a producer.