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  • n. A vinedresser.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A vinedresser.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A trimmer of vines.
  • n. A member of the Vintners' Company.
  • n. A vineyard.


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  • They might have been better off calling the RAF - witness this remarkable photograph also courtesty of FW of an RAF Chinook lifting a pea viner out of the mire.

    Harvest time

  • The viner grabbed the whole vines and spun them in a drum, pummelling the pods until they popped open and the peas dropped through a mesh and were sent into the rapidly filling container behind me. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Men nu växer våg, 4 nu fördjupas gõl, och det viner i tåg, och det knakar i köl.

    Fritiofs Saga

  • My father-in-law can recall the excitement as the first viner, bought by a co-operative of local farmers, rolled into the field.

    FWi - All News

  • Så gör du när stormen viner runt dig och Janne Josefsson pengar24 Regeringen vill att det ska bli billigare att E24, Aftonbladet, SvD och en rad andra Schibsted - bolag En färsk hovrättsdom går på fildelarnas linje.

    E24 Senaste nytt

  • But do it quickly, the tail is wagging the dog to death viner Says: echoes of "of course the orders still stand" coming from Cheney …. when will we connect the dots?


  • K* 4 that thit (Hnon by cochinealy but finer md tnorc psrmaoeiit than if it be fteeped in alum only» tnd as capable of ftanding the proof by viner

    Elements of the Art of Dyeing

  • FROM OVID. tjy retous churl, of unforgiving kind aider to the bloody prieft refign'd: iger was no plea; for that (he dy'd» it came next in order, to be tiy'd: it had cropt the tendrils of the viner since laity and clergy join, me had loft his profit, one his wine* is at leaft, fome (hadow of offence: ep was facrinVd on no pretence,,

    The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by S. Johnson


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