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- They all went to the cider press and drank except myself.
- We tried the Hamptonne Country Life Museum - complete with cider press and cabbage bread - which provided an entertaining picture of how people lived on the land down the centuries.
- We lived in Bodmin, and the farm next door had a cider press.
- The largest tool with a wooden screw known to the author is a lever-and-screw style of cider press that was used at Jordan, Ontario, in the nineteenth century.
- She revealed that a cider press used by Helen Mirren in the new calendar belonged to her and Terry.
- Using the cider press involves two steps: The apples are ground into a lumpy, juicy mush, then the mush is squeezed to separate the juice from the pulp.
- Fred has spent hours in one of the outhouses getting the old cider press to work.
- At the rear of the property is a complex of farm buildings, including an open-fronted cowshed and small barn with cider press.
- He presented a design enhancement of the cider press to the councillors for their views.