millhand

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millhand

[ˈmɪlhænd] Nobrero/a m/f, operario/a m/f
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On March 11 the three local men, John William Denton, a weaver from Stile Common, John Arthur Brook, a spinner from Damside and William Haigh, a millhand from Hall Bower appeared in court.
A dockworker or a millhand type, he was a brutish hulk with a crew cut.
Beyond Pete's mirrored face, beyond it and the Rambler that would start with the good tank heater, beyond the hill on the other side of the ravine where alder brush rises out of snow that contributes to radiational cooling, from out there in the moonlit night, here came the millhand. He'd walked off the job to see the son he'd been battling since he was born.
He quit as a newspaper reporter, a millhand, a schoolteacher.
A millhand or lucky farmer (if neither were Fundamentalists) who spent his or her Saturday night on the dance floor would consider that time well spent.
100 Years Ago A millhand named Joseph Allcock (36), of Mayfield, went into his garden with a gun for the purpose of shooting rats.
Following a series of ``cr*p jobs'' including millhand and driver Jon was drawn into the dance scene by the Acid House revolution.
A native of Bridgeport, Howard often sets her stories in the crucible of urban Connecticut, where, if they linger long enough, every Pilgrim meets a millhand, a machine Boss and a mallrat.
For proof that Haines is now a tourist town, some residents point to 38-year resident Duck Hess, a former millhand, logger and bar owner who sank his savings into jet-boat tours in 1991.
People keep these jobs forever because there's no alternative, usually, and also it's like preparing to become a millhand when all the mills are closing.
His father had worked as a millhand after he sold the Colonial and wanted to get back in business, Mr.
The Last Orator for the Millhands: William Jennings Bryan Dorn, 1916-2005