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Bale \Bale\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Baled (b[=a]ld); p. pr. & vb. n. Baling.] To make up in a bale.


vb. (en-past of: bale)


Baled (, also Romanized as Bāled) is a village in Poshtkuh Rural District, in the Central District of Ardal County, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 265, in 52 families.

Usage examples of "baled".

It began by us baling out the petrostates as a few years earlier we had baled out Detroit.

So they filled their fantasy world with fabulous machines -- machines that ploughed the sod, cut and baled the grain, even milked the cattle.

Felldoh, Martin and Brome baled with paws and oarblades, trying to splash the water over the sides.

Harvard man, knowing full well that everything he wrote would be shredded and baled with all the rest of the White House wastepaper, unread, still turned out some two hundred or more weekly reports on the sayings and doings of youth, with footnotes, bibliographies, and appendices and all.

She peered curiously at the storerooms and shedlike workshops, catching glimpses of basket makers and glass blowers still at work, of hundreds of stacked wine jars, mountains of baled linen, the neat rows of a kitchen garden.

The room had been divided and divided again by more baled papers, except those papers came from the huge, if elderly, superspeed printer.

The British Censorship Bureau later notified Orwell it excised from his letter of 15 April a reference to the possible lynching of German airmen who baled out.

He took off from Germany late on Saturday in a Messerschmitt and baled out over Scotland around midnight.

Along with the catapults were two wagonloads of baled pine needles, tinder dry and awaiting the spark which would set them roaring into flame.

She very soon discovered P for Percy at an aerodrome in Essex, and later in the night she found that M for Mother had been wrecked in a field near Dover, the crew having baled out of the disabled aircraft as soon as they were over land.

So I baled out the seas we shipped, and Johnny pulled heavily through the billows till we had reached a point three or four miles beyond the camp.

Nightingale had baled out - God knows when he would be able to produce the maps I wanted.

According to his report he had baled out at forty thousand feet, which would have exposed him to something like two hundred knots in free-fall before the chute slowed him to thirty through the upper layers.

Angajorqaq hummed when she baled out the boat with a leather cup, as much at home here as she had been on land.

Even if you got shot up, it was the adrenaline pumping that got you through the shock, helped you function until you'd baled out.