Definition of milling
: a corrugated edge on a coin
Recent Examples of milling from the Web
Keep large piles of carbonaceous materials, construction materials and asphalt millings from blighting our neighborhoods.
Using a milling machine and animation camera, Foxwell photographically scanned cross-sections of new and old wood samples.
The chef's close ties to the biodynamic farm allow him to influence what grains Travis grows, how they're grown, how they're milled and how often milling occurs.
The railroad and the lumber industries had defining influences, as did farming and milling.
The Mendota facility will incorporate new technologies and equipment and have a daily milling capacity of about 1,500 tons of flour, with the ability to grind both soft and hard wheat varieties, the company said.
The local sheriff says at least one person is dead and more than a dozen are hurt after an explosion at a corn milling plant in central Wisconsin.
CAMBRIA, Wis. (AP) — An explosion at a corn milling plant has rocked a community in central Wisconsin.
An explosion at a corn milling plant has rocked a community in central Wisconsin.
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