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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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The trading activity remained moderate as ginners were holding back their stocks anticipating further rise in prices.
Bennettsville, SC, past president of the National Cotton Ginners Association and past chair of the Southeastern Cotton Ginners Associates, has joined Barnhardt Natural Fibers Group as account manager for Purified Cotton.
maund): The ginner is the market intermediary who processes the seed cotton into cotton lint and seed.
National Cotton Ginners Association: President Richard Kelley (Burlison, Tenn.
LAHORE, July 13 -- Pakistan Cotton Forum, a joint platform of Farmers Associates Pakistan (FAP), Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association (PCGA), Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) and All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) unanimously elected Seth Muhammed Akbar Sheikh and Hussain Jahanian Gardezi as its first Chairman and Vice Chairman respectively.
KARACHI, June 27 -- Phutti (cotton-seed) prices have touched its all-time high of Rs3,100 per 40-kg as the cotton starve textile sector is busy in hedging stocks, ginners told ARY News Saturday.
It was within this climate that 'Natural Movement' and forms of 'Revived Greek Dance' were established and the work of Atkinson and Ginner flourished.
Their distinctive style developed the possibilities of recent French Impressionist painting--their subjects were painted in dry, thick, crusty paint, applied in broken touches, and Gore, Ginner, Gilman and Bevan adopted a vibrant Post-Impressionist palette with brilliant, vibrating colour combinations of mauves and pinks and greens, while Sickert used the darker, richer tones of the Old Masters.
As a boy, I practised signing my name as Mark - now I have to learn to write Ginner quickly
The ginner acted solely on the taxpayer's behalf and at his direction with respect to the distribution of the crop sale proceeds.
was acquired by Queensland Cotton Holdings Limited, an Australian ginner and marketer of cotton.
ROBERTS Andrew (Ginners are Winners) In loving memory of our son Andrew Ginner.
For example, a spinning mill from Thailand is linking up with a ginner from the United Republic of Tanzania, while mills in Bangladesh and Viet Nam are interested in increasing their market share of West African cotton.
They were of the opinion that the strength of bond of between the grower and ginner was dependant on government's farmer friendly policy.
The ginners are demanding a bailout by the government after the plummeting of world cotton prices has dampened the exports.