Thesaurus / bale


Net-Works has set up a supply-chain in the Philippines in which local people are paid to collect discarded nets, bale them, and ship them out to be recycled into nylon threads that are subsequently woven into carpeting.HOW SURPRISING CONNECTIONS CAN SAVE THE OCEAN - ISSUE 99: UNIVERSALITYMARY ELLEN HANNIBALAPRIL 29, 2021NAUTILUS
Each thing bore on his back a bale of goods, or a bar of metal, a burden sizeable enough for two ordinary men.VALLEY OF THE CROENLEE TARBELL
It takes 75,000 of them to make one bale of cotton, so I'm afraid you couldn't make even a handkerchief out of these.THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
There was also a large bale of things like cigarettes and gloves from other associations, but nothing to touch your consignments.LETTERS OF LT.-COL. GEORGE BRENTON LAURIEGEORGE BRENTON LAURIE
Every bale was turned over, and the length verified to ascertain the exact value of the remnant.AT THE SIGN OF THE CAT AND RACKETHONORE DE BALZAC
There was Old Slade, from over on the bluff opposite, slyly cutting a sliver of salt fish from one in the bale upon which he sat.THE RIVAL CAMPERS AFLOATRUEL PERLEY SMITH
I was to Spoutin' Springs, twenty mile west, with a bale o' blue fox an' otter pelt.IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS
But where now is the one-masted Hercules, which but a moment since went trembling at the bale of her own bellowing barbettes?THE LORD OF THE SEAM. P. SHIEL
It is needless to say that this kept Si warmer than a whole bale of flannel shirts would have done.SI KLEGG, BOOK 2 (OF 6)JOHN MCELROY
Take them, Don Alexandro Morton, and with them all that they unlock for bliss or bale.TWO MEN OF SANDY BARBRET HARTE


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