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Bale

A standardized bundle of compressed material, tied together or placed in wrapping. Bales are standardized to weigh different amounts in different countries. They are used to measure shipments of commodities like paper and some agricultural products, such as hay.
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When he published the first English edition of his martyrology the Acts and Monuments, four years later, Foxe printed the English text of the Examinations; Foxe would continue to reprint his version of the Bale text in each edition of the "Book of Martyrs.
The potential for an unsecured bale to roll down the lift arms of a front-end loader and onto the tractor operator increases when the loader is raised[3].
Can a small-scale livestock operation afford to feed round bales versus square 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.
That's why Yanko likes to stick with the 60-inch bale size.
Luebben's press made round bales instead of square ones, and they were tied with binder twine instead of wire.
In order to transform Askew into a representative of the true Protestant saint (her text thus the relic), Bale must also negotiate her reputation for contentiousness, a reputation which is both useful and problematic in terms of his reformist project.
Bale 8 Pogba 9 HEADING Pogba scored a wonder header for France against Iceland in Euro 2016, but Bale is literally head and shoulders above his rival.
My cousin and I were hired to haul in bales and make one large stack.