Definition of Ginneries
1. ginnery [n] - See also: ginnery
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ginneries
Literary usage of Ginneries
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1. Commentaries on the Law of Private Corporations by Seymour Dwight Thompson (1910)
"Ginneries. To erect, maintain, purchase or otherwise acquire, operate and maintain cotton seed oil mills and ginneries, and in connection therewith to ..."
2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The ginneries are divided into three general classes, namely, those conducted ... The plantation ginneries constitute about 17 per cent of the whole. ..."
3. Year Book for Texas by Cadwell Walton Raines (1902)
"The ginneries in the counties of this belt handled 38 per cent, of the entire ... Three of the largest ginneries in the United States, ginning annually over ..."
4. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1902)
"cotton-ginneries into three general classes: Those conducted exclusively for the public, those conducted exclusively for the plantation, and those conducted ..."
5. Transactions of the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers by National Association of Cotton Manufacturers, New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association (1899)
"In large sections of the South, the owners of the ginneries are of two kinds: A. ... B. Public ginneries, situated at some central point, the proprietors of ..."