ginhouse

ginhouse

(ˈdʒɪnˌhaʊs)
n
a building in which cotton is ginned
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This Saturday, the live music line up will include Ginhouse Lite from 10.30am - 3pm.
In short, it is not the sort of place where you might expect to find the modern style of the Ginhouse bar.
Just like the capital's trendy Beluga or Cargo bars, the Ginhouse has made an effort with its looks.
The Ginhouse is a bit like Mickey Rourke - it could use some time down the gym andneeds to get back on speaking terms with its hairdresser.
None of these things would take much effort to fix and would make the Ginhouse's plus points much more attractive.
The Ginhouse needs to do more to keep in the running.
Jerry, wrote Wiggins, was a "notorious character," whose wife was on the place against Wiggins's will and who claimed that Beecher had given him "arms with order not to give them up to any man." "Lying up" at his wife's house by day and at night very noisy, Jerry, on the night before he complained to Beecher, had disturbed the guard by "firing a gun or pistol very near my Ginhouse." Wiggins assumed that the purpose was to "drive off my gard & steal my cotton...."
Groups of white regulators conducted a campaign of terror - roaming around parishes, killing, burning stores and ginhouses, and compelling black laborers and white local merchants to quit the seed-cotton traffic.