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.
When have you protested to your capitalistic congregations at the working of children in the Southern cotton mills?* Children, six and seven years of age, working every night at twelve-hour shifts?
Others included Elderslie Cotton Mill, in the Main Road, built in 1791 by John Clark, a Paisley wright.
1 Cotton Mill is bringing advanced technology and management techniques to their southeast African partner, that will help improve local production processes and finally ensuring that the investment will be sustainable and profitable for all parties."
Nathan Matthews, 28, and Shauna Hoare, 21, both of Cotton Mill Lane, Bristol, remain in police custody and will appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court.
A force spokesman said: "Nathan Matthews, 28, of Cotton Mill Lane, Bristol, has been charged with the murder of Rebecca Watts.
STARKVILLE -- Groundbreaking was Wednesday in Starkville for a 117-room Holiday Inn hotel, part of the the of the Cotton Mill Market Place project now under way at the intersection of Spring Street and Highway 12.
The couple met while working at Farrar's cotton mill in Waterloo.
COTTON MILL has Newbury's PS150,000 Betfair Hurdle (3.35) sewn up.
COTTON MILL is likely to be without first-choice jockey Denis O'Regan when he attempts to repeat the feat of last year's Betfair Hurdle winner Zarkandar in winning Britain's richest handicap hurdle on his first start of the campaign.
WITH reference to S Burton of Ashington's letter (Voice of the North, May 21) about "lunch breaks" for shipyard, cotton mill and miners.
Caption: A 1900s conveyer bridge that carried cotton bales to a textile mill has been restored into a river-crossing footpath that will eventually link Nashua's growing Riverwalk system of pedestrian and bicycle trails with an old mill building that developer John Stabile plans to turn into 162 two-bedroom condominium units in a project known as Cotton Mill Square.