cider mill

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Noun1.Cider mill - mill that extracts juice from apples to make apple cidercider mill - mill that extracts juice from apples to make apple cider
milling machinery, grinder, mill - machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing
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They had come to Winesburg from some place in the South and ran a cider mill on the Trunion Pike.
The $51 million 6.5 acre development called CiderMill, is located on the former site of Schultz's Cider Mill, an 80-year-old farm stand and institution in Armonk, New York.
All case-patients had onset of symptoms during September 28-October 10 and reported drinking apple cider produced at a local cider mill (mill A).
The sonnets establish the scene--a cider mill and apple farm in Vermont where Kenney spent a year.
5:51 p.m.: Waushacum Avenue, caller reporting a gray "beat-up'' sedan occupied by two young males, is parked at the end of the Cider Mill, near the trail.
The grinding stone from the original cider mill could be one of the most interesting features you'll see in a dining room.
51,101 for its improved cider mill. Thomas & Mast built mainly grain drills and cider presses, but during the 1860s the company expanded its product line, introducing cultivators and other implements.
The Welsh Perry and Cider Society has held a wassail for the last two years which around 100 people attended at the Raglan Cider Mill in Monmouthshire.
Buell, the model cider mill was placed close to a "living stream of water"--for propelling the necessary machinery--as well as "upon the side of a bluff, so that the building may have three floors, each of which to be made accessible to teams whenever desired, and at the same time, so arranged, that all parts might be protected from frost in the winter, and excessive heat in the summer."