refinery

[ ri-fahy-nuh-ree ]
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Adjoining this Refinery was the department in which charcoal was made and pulverized.

Of the refinery of cast iron, or its conversion into bar-iron, in England.

D is the refinery hearth, provided with two pairs of bellows.

This being treated in the refinery fire, is then worked into a bloom.

"And I keep time at the refinery," ventured "Fat" Cunningham.

I didn't want to go to your father's refinery to-day or, in fact, at all.

A refinery on Titan was hardly a thing to be sentimental about.

Of the four, he alone knew every inch of the physical set-up of the refinery.

"Only the refinery," whispered the other, pressing a bank-note into the hand of his questioner.

Her wash-tubs are emptied, like every thing else, into the refinery.

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