Hills Hoist

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Hills Hoist

(hɪlz)
n
trademark an Australian brand of rotary clothesline
[C20: named after its inventor, Lance Hills (1902–86)]
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Look, this is the hardened society, born of men found in the wrong part of Tolpuddle in 1834, that gave us the rotary clothes line, radios in cars and parts of Kylie .
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