mill worker

mill worker

or

millhand

n
a person who works in a mill, esp a cotton mill
Translations

mill worker

noperaio/a di cotonificio
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Meanwhile, an inquiry was held at Stirling Sheriff Court into the deaths of a Stirling miner and Dunipace Mill worker.
Mohammad Ibrahim, a student of class V, is son of a mill worker and aspires to join Pakistan Air Force.
The family of a mill worker murdered in Auschwitz will march in the Sma'Shot Day parade tomorrow.
1918 : A former Huddersfield mill worker was killed on the battlefields in France.
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When a saw connects with a large piece of metal such as a spike in a log, there is a significant possibility of a mill worker being maimed or killed.
Hot mill worker Christopher Walters, 48, said: "We all feel like we've been kicked in the guts."
EARLIER this year Kerrie Hayes was Bafta-nominated for her role as feisty mill worker Esther Price in the period drama e Mill, against Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter and Maxine Peake.
EARLIER this year Kerrie Hayes was Baftanominated for her role as feisty mill worker Esther Price in the period drama The Mill, against Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter and Maxine Peake.
The group took some ideas from a diary kept by smelt mill worker Thomas Dixon, whose wife Jane had to travel to Blackhall Mill one day a week to bake cakes.
THE 19th-century Lancashire mill worker's idea of a holiday was having plenty to drink in Blackpool or Morecambe during Wakes Week.