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Verb
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gins, plural;
  1. Treat (cotton) in a gin

  2. Trap (a person or animal) in a gin

Noun
  1. A machine for separating cotton from its seeds

  2. A machine for raising and moving heavy weights

  3. A snare for catching game


  1. separate the seeds from (cotton) with a cotton gin
  2. strong liquor flavored with juniper berries
  3. snare: a trap for birds or small mammals; often has a slip noose
  4. trap with a snare; "gin game"
  5. a form of rummy in which a player can go out if the cards remaining in their hand total less than 10 points
  6. Gin is a spirit whose predominant flavor is derived from juniper berries (Juniperus communis). Although several different styles of gin have existed since its origins, gin is broadly differentiated into two basic legal categories. ...
  7. Kate and Gin are a musical canine freestyle act consisting of Kate Nicholas, from Norbury, Cheshire and her dancing Border Collie, 6 year old Gin.. ITV. Retrieved on 2008-08-24. The two achieved fame following their 2008 appearances on the second series of ITV1 talent show, Britain's Got Talent. ...
  8. Gin rummy (or Gin for short) is a simple and popular two-player card game created by Elwood T. Baker and his son, C. Graham Baker, in 1909. ...
  9. The anime and manga series Case Closed, known as in Japan, features an extensive cast of characters created by Gosho Aoyama. ...
  10. Gin is the name of: * Gin Chow (1857–1933), Chinese immigrant who gained fame in California as a prophet and fortune teller * Gin Wigmore (born 1986), New Zealand singer songwriter * Madeline Gins (born 1941), American artist, architect, and poet
  11. A colourless non-aged alcoholic liquor made by distilling fermented grains such as barley, corn, oats or rye with juniper berries; the base for many cocktails; gin rummy; drawing the best card or combination of cards; To remove the seeds from cotton with a cotton gin; To trap something in a ...
  12. Gin is distilled from grain and receives its unique flavor and aroma from juniper berries and other botanicals. Every gin producer has his own special recipe, which is under strict quality control. The flavor of gin will vary with the distiller.  Gin was first produced in Holland by Dr. ...
  13. a distillation of grain with a juniper berry flavour.
  14. An unaged liquor using of distillates from barley, corn, or rye, and juniper berries. London dry gin is colorless. Hollands gin is a Dutch gin that tastes very different from other gins because of its large proportion of barley malt.
  15. Gin is basically grain alcohol, mostly corn (75%) with some malted barley (15%) and other grains (10%) thrown in. ...
  16. Distilled from grain. Juniper berries and other botanicals give it its flavor. Most gin is colorless, however, some gins appear golden or straw-colored because of aging in barrels. Gin is bottled at proofs varying from 80 to 94.
  17. The three-character ISO 3166 country code for GUINEA.
  18. A machine used to remove seeds and to clean dirt from cotton as it comes from the field.
  19. A trap. (1.) Psa 140:5, Psa 141:9, Amo 3:5, the Hebrew word used, mokesh, means a noose or "snare," as it is elsewhere rendered (Psa 18:5; Pro 13:14, etc.). (2.) Job 18:9, Isa 8:14, Heb. ...
  20. The original flavored Vodka. Invented by the Dutch, where it is known as Genever (Juniper) and later adopted by the British. Traditionally there are two main styles; Dutch, or Genever, and London Dry. Genever is richer, sweeter, with a substantial palate weight. ...
  21. 1. (Australian, with a soft "g") aborigine, esp. a woman. 2. (Scot. with a hard "g"), if.
  22. The best drink in the world according to the gospel of Alec. Can be made badly with a kit (qv)
  23. A neutral alcohol base flavored with the juniper berry.
  24. is a product obtained by original distillation from mash, or by redistillation of distilled spirits, or by mixing neutral spirits, with or over juniper berries and other aromatics, or with or over extracts derived from infusions, percolations, or maceration of such materials, and includes ...
  25. Distilled liquor is flavored (usually with juniper berries and various herbs) and distilled again until it reaches 40-50 percent alcohol content. Making gin is a rather natural process. ^[5]