[ UK /tˈænəɹi/ ]
  1. workplace where skins and hides are tanned
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How To Use tannery In A Sentence

  • The town boasted three flour mills, a bakery, a tannery, several breweries, shops and rows and rows of little cottages.
  • We would have liked to have seen the tannery refurbished, but that was not possible.
  • Currently the tannery handles about 1 200 skins per day.
  • More than 60 fire fighters tackled an inferno at a former tannery in Otley last night.
  • The waste product, it says, generated during the operation of the tannery was dumped in the Mill Pond or stored in barrels or vats throughout the site.
  • There were big wagons carrying cotton bales to the mills from the enormous railway warehouses on Manchester Road and dripping hides from the fellmonger's to the tannery.
  • This paper indicated the usual application scope of computer in tannery.
  • Certain industrial wastes not amenable to any presently known form of treatment, such as tannery discharges at Petersburg, West The Nation's River A report on the Potomac from the U.S. Department of the Interior
  • The river has a rich industrial history and people still refer to nearby waterways as Bleachery Pond or "tannery" lagoons. Boston.com Most Popular
  • His cousins Paul and Tom, sons of his uncle Tom, ran a tannery plant, which closed in recent years, although it is believed that the brothers still deal in hides, skins, pelts and leathers.
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