Bale

A fitting on the end of a spar, such as the boom, to which a line may be led.

bale

  1. a large bundle bound for storage or transport
  2. a city in northwestern Switzerland

bale

A package of compressed raw cotton, weighing, for American cotton, about 500 lbs.; for Egyptian, 700 lbs.; Brazilian, 250 lbs.; and East Indian, 400 lbs.

Bale

The area of the trunk between the base of a tree and the lowest branch.
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Bale

A compacted and bound cube of recycled material.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20096

bale

A large bundle of cardboard that is recycled.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20108

bale

[n] - a large bundle bound for storage or transport 2. [v] - make into a bale
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Bale

A compacted and bound bundle of straw, hay silage etc. May be square or round varying in size from 30 kg to 100kg.
Found on http://www.lethamshank.co.uk/glossary/glossary.php?letter=B

Bale

A large package of raw cotton tightly bound and often wrapped.
Found on http://www.weaverstriangle.co.uk/history/glossary/index.htm

Bale

Bale noun [ Middle English bale , Old French bale , French balle , Late Latin bala , from Old High German balla , palla , pallo , German ball , balle , ballen , ball, round pack; confer Dutch baal . Confer Ball a...
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Bale

Bale transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Baled ; present participle & verbal noun Baling .] To make up in a bale. Goldsmith.
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Bale

Bale (bāl) noun [ Anglo-Saxon bealo , bealu , balu ; akin to Old Saxon balu , Old High German balo , Icelandic böl , Goth. balweins .] 1. Misery; calamity; misfortune; sorrow. « Let now your bliss be turned into bale .
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bale

noun a large bundle bound for storage or transport
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Bale

• (n.) A bundle or package of goods in a cloth cover, and corded for storage or transportation; also, a bundle of straw / hay, etc., put up compactly for transportation. • (v. t.) To make up in a bale. • (n.) Misery; calamity; misfortune; sorrow. • (v. t.) See Bail, v. t., to lade. • (n.) Evil; an evil, pernicious influence...
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bale

bale (BAYL) Bound bundle, bundle, pack, parcel, package: 'The farmers loaded the cotton bales on to the truck.' Confusing Words: Units, Groups A to Z.
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Bale

a wool pack containing a specified weight of pressed wool as regulated by industry authorities.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_ovine_terminology

Bale

A fitting on the end of a spar, such as the boom, to which a line may be led.
Found on http://www.sailinglinks.com/glossary.htm

Bâle

Bâle, Switzerland: see Basel.
Found on http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/world/A0910626.html

Bale

A bale was a British measure for cinnamon equivalent to 92.5 lbs, in use during the 19th century.
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Bale

Bale is the collective noun for a group of turtles.
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Bale

A fitting on the end of a spar, such as the boom, to which a line may be led.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21755

Bale

A fitting on the end of a spar, such as the boom, to which a line may be led.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21756

Bale

A fitting on the end of a spar, such as the boom, to which a line may be led.
Found on http://www.seadercraft.com/sailing_glossary.html

Bale

A compressed pack of wool in a convenient form for transit, varying in weight from 150 pounds to 1,000 pounds.
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bale

A package of wool in a standard wool pack for shipment. The common farm bale weighs between 200 and 450 lbs.
Found on http://www.danekeclublambs.com/Glossary.html
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