cotton mill

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Noun1.cotton mill - a textile mill for making cotton textilescotton mill - a textile mill for making cotton textiles
textile mill - a factory for making textiles
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cotton mill

ncotonificio
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In his manhood he worked in a cotton mill, but then a coughing fell upon him, and he had to leave; out in the country the trouble disappeared, but he has been working in the pickle rooms at Durham's, and the breathing of the cold, damp air all day has brought it back.
Tenders are invited for Spares For Textile Machinery For Tirupathi Cotton Mills
For example, the policy of bringing in cheap labour to man the cotton mills backfired when the mills closed leaving the immigrants unemployed (the present rate of unemployment is 50 per cent in those affected areas).
Cotton mills, a mass of spinning and weaving machinery, produced the fibre, then one of the most important products around.
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The scheme will strengthen the highway retaining wall opposite John Cotton Mills, Mirfield.
Beawar (Rajasthan), Apr 5 (ANI): A major fire broke out in Beawar Cotton Mills, a woollen factory, in Rajasthan on Sunday, causing a damage of over five million dollars.
Local broadcaster and journalist Freethy sent out word by radio and television, and was contacted by 500 people ready to recount their experience in the county's cotton mills.
I am not only interested in spinning and weaving but also the engineering firms which were essential to the cotton mills.
Shanghai was always at the front of modernism and mechanisation, from the first cable communications and cotton mills, to cars and trams.
They are one of the oldest surviving social movements in the world, beginning in 1844 after a group of weavers in the cotton mills of Rochdale, England, decided to open their own store rather than continue to endure miserable working conditions and low wages.