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watermill

(ˈwɔːtəˌmɪl)
n
(General Engineering) a mill operated by a water wheel
Translations
vannmølle

watermill

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You may as well take him around after breakfast; go by the common and the Highwood, and back by the watermill and the river; that will show his paces.
He did not, like the crowd of school-boy artisans, construct little windmills on the angle of a barn or watermills across the neighboring brook.
SOAR Valley Tellers will present Tales at the Watermill in Shepshed with a talk entitled Tricksterland on Thursday, March 8.
from Massachusetts, US-based private equity firm The Watermill Group, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 9, 2018-Winchester Interconnect Finalises Acquisition of C/M Corp from Watermill
Winchester Interconnect Corporation ("Winchester"), a portfolio company of Snow Phipps Group ("Snow Phipps"), has announced that it completed its acquisition of C&M Corporation ("C&M" or the "company") from The Watermill Group ("Watermill"), the company said.
For here, 80 miles or so from the Severn crossings, the resident company of the Watermill Theatre in Newbury is preparing for an intimate new staging of Under Milk Wood, Dylan Thomas' atmospheric play for voices.
For each of the stamps, Royal Mail will provide a special handstamp on all mail posted in a postbox closest to where the windmill or watermill is located, for the next five days.
Watermill Express is seeking franchisees in the Little Rock area to open its water-selling kiosks.
And things are still going well on the junior front, with a new set of training and playing tops having been provided by sponsors Huddersfield Sheet Metal Ltd and The Watermill Restaurant in slaithwaite.
He has just started a catering job at The Watermill bar and grill at Carlton Miniott, near his home in Thirsk, North Yorkshire.
Conservation works at the watermill and aqueduct included restoration of stone walls including repair of damaged walls and reassembling of millstones, removal of vegetation causing damage and chasing by appropriate material to prevent future (re)growth.