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a trap for birds or small mammals

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a machine that separates the seeds from raw cotton fibers

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a form of rummy in which a player can go out if the cards remaining in their hand total less than 10 points

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separate the seeds from (cotton) with a cotton gin

trap with a snare

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Also known as a gin trap, the clamps are mechanical devices designed to catch an animal by its leg, using spring-operated jaws or a serrated edge.
A gin trap is a mechanical device designed to trap an animal by the leg using spring-operated jaws.
The Lisburn cat lover angrily hit out at the poachers who left the gin trap in an area close to where youngsters live.
Unfortunately Gin Trap Jak has suffered a broken hip, but, hopefully, he'll eventually get back to the track.
Brave: Sooty; lost a leg after being caught in an illegal trap; Barbaric: A gin trap like this snared Sooty
Koshka, the black cat, had a lucky escape after he was trapped in a gin trap in the Narberth area in Pembrokeshire.
80s 1988 Children were being warned to be careful today after a vicious gin trap was discovered by two boys playing in a Newcastle park.
THE RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was left badly injured when he got caught in an illegal gin trap.
The old trap - known as a gin trap - clamped around the tom cat before it staggered in to a front garden off Myton Road.
And among other things we also displayed old leather working tools, a gin trap (now illegal), scythe, knife sharpener, bull leader and knitting sheath.
Injuries caused by human intervention included seven elephants with trunk ampu-tationcaused by snares, one with a deformed foot from a gin trap injury and one that was blind in one eye from a gunshot wound.
Boy, a pedigree labrador retriever, which was caught in a gin trap for five days before gnawing himself out would be able to walk again, the Examiner reported.
AN ant with jaws like a gin trap is officially the fastest striking predator in the animal kingdom, according to new research.
Months later, on a walk in a farmer's adjoining fields, I found her skeleton with the wicked jaws of a gin trap around her neck.
Vets are fighting to save a cat's paw after it was almost severed by an illegal gin trap in Northumberland.