Definition of Balers

1. Noun. (plural of baler) ¹



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Definition of Balers

1. baler [n] - See also: baler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Balers

baled out
baleen
baleen whale
baleen whales
baleens
balefire
balefires
baleful
balefull
balefully
balefulness
balefulnesses
balenological
balenology
baler
balers (current term)
bales
bales out
balibago
balibuntal
baling
baling out
baling wire
balipholite
balisaur
balisaurs
balisong
balisongs
balista
balistae

Literary usage of Balers

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1. Material Recovery Facilities for Municipal Solid Waste: Handbookby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Typical range of dimension for two ram balers, TABLE 2.14. TYPICAL OCC PRODUCTION RATES* AND HORSEPOWER FOR HORIZONTAL balers TPH 5-6 4-13 7-19 8-23 10-28 ..."

2. The Story of the New England Whalers by John Randolph Spears (1908)
"Their principal connection wjth.these balers has been in the exchanging of whalebone or the weapons used by whit! men, and for other less ^ products rf ..."

3. Fingers to the Bone: United States Failure to Protect Child Farmworkers by Lee Tucker, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (2000)
"The Secretary shall publish in the Federal Register a standard that is adopted by the American National Standards Institute for scrap paper balers or paper ..."

4. Protecting America's Youth in a Modern Economy: Child Labor in the United edited by Mike DeWine (2001)
"The balers and compactors safety standards Modernization Act IP.L. 104-174) became effective on August 6,1996. This new law allows employees who are 16 and ..."

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