Definition of Dye-works
1. Noun. A workshop where dyeing is done.
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Literary usage of Dye-works
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1. A Sketch of the History of Attleborough: From Its Settlement to the Division by John Daggett, Amelia Daggett Shellfield (1894)
"At that time he came to this town, and on February 22, 1868, he started '• The Attleborough Dye Works, Robert Wolfenden, Proprietor. ..."
2. A History of Factory Legislation by B. L. Hutchins, Amy Harrison (1911)
"Print Works—Bleach and Dye Works—Lace Factories. THE extension of the Factory Acts from one industry to others coincides with a change in the manner of ..."
3. The Examination of Waters and Water Supplies by John Clough Thresh (1913)
"... A SMALL dye-works This river water was not obviously polluted, though complaints were occasionally made of unpleasant smells arising in the vicinity, ..."
4. Kingś Handbook of Boston by Moses King (1881)
"He Barrett's Dye-Works, Maiden. was the first to bring this business to any thing like its modern system. By long series of experiments, aided by machinery ..."
5. The Dyeing Industry by Sydney Herbert Higgins (1919)
"... up of wastes—Aids to manufacture— Specialisation in the industry—dye-works and machine shops—High specialisation in England—British pessimism. ..."
6. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1857)
"This ventilator has been successfully applied to drying houses of dye-works, &c., aud proves completely efficient in removing the constant vapour ordinarily ..."