Mats are made at both Casiguran and baler, and enter to a small extent, the interprovincial trade with neighboring provinces.
He dipped the baler in carefully, and brought it out dripping.
In some districts a baler is used: a square box with a compressible lid.
Sitting down with the baler in his hand by the hole, he waited and looked about.
Then she gave a trembling cry—the baler struck against the side of the canoe and dropped overboard.
Sometimes he used the bucket and sometimes the baler, for water came on board fast.
I emptied my baler, holding perhaps a quart, into the ballast-bag.
The one oar, the baler, and a few fathoms of line on the floorboards.
They had wounds to exhibit received in a chance fray a few days before with a hunting party from near baler.
We've a baler, to cope with the leak… and when we have her more or less staunch, here's the way around to our camp.
"large bundle or package," early 14c., from Old French bale "rolled-up bundle," from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German balla "ball"), from Proto-Germanic *ball-, from PIE *bhel- (2) "to blow, swell" (see bole).