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bale

1. a package of wool in a wool pack weighing 150-250 lb depending largely on whether it is greasy or scoured.
2. a compressed bundle of hay, either about 100 lb tied with wire or twine, or large, round, untied bales, as big as a small hay stack and referred to as 'big bales'.
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Giggs 6 Bale 9 PASSING: As his career evolved, Giggs moved to a more central role where he pulled the midfield strings for Manchester United.
In-line bale wrapping began with placing a labeled bale next to a round bale hay capped with plastic bag, which served as a terminal bale.
But, now when the same has happened with Bale, the reason why people are criticising is because Bale isn't worth the money," he added.
Although he was relaxed on the issue after the hard-fought league win at Granada on Monday night, Ancelotti is desperate to work with Bale but now knows that will not happen until Friday at the earliest.
Real Madrid offered Bale a record-breaking [pounds sterling]91 million offer (with Angel Di Maria and Fabio Coentrao included) to Hotspur in exchange for two-time PFA Player of the Year in Bale.
Spurs are set to hand Bale a new [euro]200,000-aweek contract and have repeatedly claimed he will not be sold.
Pelletier's new prototype system sends multiple pencil-thin microwave beams through each bale to sensors on opposite sides, creating a 3-D image of the water distribution throughout the entire bale.
IGER recommends farmers check their bale stacks as they feed this winter assessing the silage stretch film for wireworm damage around the periphery of where the bale touches the ground.
To achieve this, the key element is bale density, and according to Nasianceno, there is practically no limit to how dense recyclers should make their bales.
Wrapping big bale grass silage in green film this season will help to reduce losses and achieve a higher quality forage over bales wrapped in black film, North livestock farmers are discovering.
These companies collect, bale and ship used carpet padding to more than 30 U.
Current scholarship on Anne Askew has tended to disparage the editorial tactics of John Bale, her first editor, as intrusive and distorting.