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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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Once dotted with 299 cotton gins, California is now home to only 61 surviving gins, according to the California Cotton Growers and Ginners Associations (CCGGA).
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.
And the process control system saves the ginner nearly $1 per bale in reduced energy costs.
However, African cotton companies, independent ginners and producers have lacked this opportunity.
LEE made it two on Copplestone, who took the selling handicap hurdle by five lengths from Ginner Morris.
ROBERTS Andrew (Ginners are Winners) In loving memory of our son Andrew Ginner.
The country is witnessing an acute shortage of cotton and phutti, while the international crop estimates and prices are tipping that domestic cotton prices would stay at higher levels," said a Punjab-based cotton ginner requesting anonymity.
Apart from the top weight, the one positive reaction came from James Hetherton, who predicts a big run from Ginner Morris, handily weighted on 10st 1lb and ridden by a talented 3lb claimer.
Punjab has faced a setback as production there fell from 7,600,000 bales up to February 1996, to 6,161,000 bales in the same time span this year," said a well known ginner in Karachi.
The ginner must also dry cotton to a recommended 6- to 7-percent moisture content, making it easier to separate trash from the fiber.
and Secretary-Treasurer Sledge Taylor (cotton ginner, Como, Miss.
Seth Muhammed Akbar is a renowned cotton farmer, ginner, spinner and weaver.
the 7760 six-row cotton picker changes the harvesting system and provides benefits to both the grower and ginner.
The archives are specific to the work of Madge Atkinson (1885-1970) and Ruby Ginner (1886-1978) (the collection of Bice Bellairs), both pioneers of early British modern dance which embraced naturalism and neo-classical ways of moving.