Churn may refer to:

  • Butter churn, a device used for churning butter
  • Churning (butter), the process of creating butter out of milk or cream
  • Milk churn, container for milk transportation
  • Churn drill, a large, older drilling machine that bores large diameter holes in the ground

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Chuck Churn
... Clarence Nottingham Churn (born February 1, 1930 in Bridgetown, Virginia, USA) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball ... Churn was signed as an amateur free agent by the Pittsburgh Pirates before the start of the 1949 season ... That season, Churn pitched in five games for the Pirates, and ending the seasons with no decisions and a 4.32 earned run average, having given up four runs in 8⅓ innings of work ...
Churning (butter) - Historical Reference
... If the weather be cold put boiling water into the churn for half an hour before you want to use it when that is poured off strain in the cream through a butter cloth ... by the sound, take off the lid, and with a small, flat board scrape down the sides of the churn, and do the same to the lid this prevents waste ... is to be poured off and spring water put into the churn, and turned for two or three minutes this is to be then poured away and fresh added, and again the handle turned for a minute or two ...
Churn (Seven Mary Three Album)
... Churn is the debut studio album by American post-grunge band Seven Mary Three ... Churn also included two songs that would go on to be among Seven Mary Three's biggest singles ...
Devils Churn
... Devils Churn is a narrow inlet of the Pacific Ocean in Lincoln County, Oregon, United States, south of Yachats ... feet into the air when the waves reach the end of the churn ... Visitors are urged to be cautious when visiting the churn as it can be dangerous ...

Famous quotes containing the word churn:

    The journalists think that they cannot say too much in favor of such “improvements” in husbandry; it is a safe theme, like piety; but as for the beauty of one of these “model farms,” I would as lief see a patent churn and a man turning it. They are, commonly, places merely where somebody is making money, it may be counterfeiting.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    the churn of stale words in the heart again
    love love love thud of the old plunger
    Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)