Spinning house

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formerly a common name for a house of correction in England, the women confined therein being employed in spinning.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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We had a bunch of friends out that night, along with DJs spinning house music (one of which was John, aka Panamaa).
An array of entertainment was on offer to keep people distracted as needles worked ink into their skin, including DJs spinning house music, a fire show and circus performers walking around on stilts.
The entertainment features guest and resident DJs spinning house music.
The Hacienda legend will be spinning house and disco classics all night long and entry is free!
Matthew Lynn, of The Spinning House in Batley, pleaded guilty to theft.
That year they were spinning House and Drum and Bass in tiny underground clubs in Malate and Makati while ravers off their heads on E and Special K drooled on the dance floor.
Not since the spinning house fell squarely on the wicked witch has such unbridled joy greeted the news of someone's death.