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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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But today, Visalia Co-op is a thing of the past, its membership disbanded, its doors closed, its ginning equipment shuttered and silent.
As cotton acreage has waned, so too has California's cotton ginning industry.
Beall's prime business activity is the re-cycling of gin motes or non- perishable fibers separated from cotton during the ginning process.
In the late 1960s, it was unheard of to expect ginning rates to exceed 20 bph.
Modules were more compact than ricked cotton, which allowed the modules to be covered with tarps, transported to the gin with module mover trucks, and fed to the ginning system with module feeders.
They are thought to transfer ginning technology at the user level far better than any other method in use today.
Stanley Anthony, who heads research at the Stoneville (Mississippi) Cotton Ginning Laboratory.
Beall Company, one of the premier firms in the expanding cotton re- ginning sector of the textile industry.
ASAE member Eugene Columbus, senior research associate with MSU's Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, says the 3-year-old gin has been useful in both teaching students and in researching cotton ginning by the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (MAFES) farms.
Cotton ginning technology has changed a lot since March 14, 1794, when Eli Whitney won a patent for a new invention.