How to use Churns in a sentence

churns
  • My stomach churns within six hours of not having a spliff.

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  • On the story goes, in came milking machines, smaller milk churns.

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  • Anything that churns out harmful smoke, toxins, chemicals, or biological substances into the air is considered a pollutant.

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  • In 1894, at Cambridge, the awards were for fixed and portable oil engines, potato-spraying and tree-spraying machines, sheep-dipping apparatus and churns.

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  • They were used to carry virtually anything, from milk in churns to circus elephants.

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  • You can choose from a large roasting company that churns out millions of pounds of beans a day or a small independent roaster that supplies their customers with unique, varietal beans.

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  • Search antique stores for old chairs, butter churns, cooking utensils, etc., and display these around the room.

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  • The company also churns out clothes, jewelry and accessories, but the handbags are, by and large, some of the most emulated and coveted pieces in the fashion world.

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  • Sure, the designer constantly churns out new, highly coveted styles each season, but slippers aren't always part of the collections.

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  • Britney Spears got her start in The Mickey Mouse Club; that well known group that churns out pop stars the way Yale's Skull and Bone society churns out world leaders.

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  • Renegade Studios prides itself for bucking the Hollywood system that systematically churns out commercial films.

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  • Firstly there are butter churns which are fixed m/c's making butter by hand rotation or machine.

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