from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A spinning-mill.
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This spinnery offers many types of fibers, which are all hand spun and then hand dyed or painted in small batches.
The nation has grown tired of round-the-clock propaganda, spinnery, and idiotic shouting matches between professional antagonists.
And if you stop by the spinnery itself, the very friendly staff will show you around.
But to these eyes the most amusing attempt at topsy turvy spinnery is from Dave Cameron who suggests Obama is the "First of a new generation of leaders" hint sotto voce: "That I may follow very soon" showing how people want change and leadership.
Thirdly, we have Novita, formerly known as the Helsingin villakehräämö (Helsinki wool spinnery).