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" ... tea leaves. Both hands are now employed to roll and propel the ball along ; the left hand pushing it on, and allowing it to revolve as it moves ; the right hand also pushes it forward, resting on it with some force, and keeping it down to express... "
An account of the manufacture of the black tea, as now practised at Suddeya ... - Page 3
by Charles Alexander Bruce - 1838 - 18 pages
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The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction: VOL.XXXIII

The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction: VOL.XXXIII - 1839
...it to revolve as it moves ; the right hand also pushes it forward, resting on it with some Ħorce, and keeping it down to express the juice which the...behind, being rolled for about five minutes in this way pa bei (fig. 3). The bull of tea leaves is from time to time gently und delicately opened with the...
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Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York

American Institute of the City of New York - Agriculture - 1848
...pressing the ball down to give it consistency and to express the juice from the leaves. The art consists in giving the ball a circular motion, and permitting it to turn round, in and under the hand, two or three whole evolutions, before the arms are extended at full length,...
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