barker's mill definition

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    • a device, developed when you look at the seventeenth century, worked by a type of effect wheel. Water moves into a vertical tube and gushes from apertures in hollow horizontal arms, resulting in the machine to revolve on its axis.
    • A machine, conceived in seventeenth century, worked by a form of effect wheel. Water flows into a vertical tube and gushes from apertures in hollow horizontal arms, resulting in the machine to revolve on its axis.
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