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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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Bale was always good at this, but in the last year he has taken his aerial prowess to new heights.
My cousin wore gloves, but I found I could lift, handle, carry and place bales more easily by just holding that wooden handle in my bare hands.
having good-looking bales helps a recycler build the professional image and reputation he needs to grow his business.
One solution to robotic packaging of these bales is the use of a bale resizer.
Bale might be seen as bringing Askew back, textually, into a rehearsal of the same male-controlled discourse that she had resisted in the flesh.
If a front-end loader must be used to transport a bale on sloped terrain, the bale should be kept on the up-slope end of the tractor with the loader bucket maintained in the lowest possible position.
I like to feed three bales in the same place if the weather hasn't been so damp the animals are creating a swamp around the ring.
But in plastered straw-bale construction, the straw bales are enclosed in plaster or stucco and offer no more enticement to pests than a framed wall enclosed with drywall.
The problem with bale wrap is that dirt, metal, paper and cotton fiber get caught in the weave.
Giggs 8 Bale 9 SKILL: Giggs' technique was as good as it got.
Every baler has a charge box opening--the area where material must pass through in the baling chamber in order to be pressed into the bale.