stillage

[stil-ij]
noun
a low platform on which goods are stored in a warehouse or factory to keep them off the floor, to aid in handling, etc. Compare skid ( def 3 ).

Origin:
1590–1600; < Dutch stellage, equivalent to stell(en) to place + -age -age

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stillage (ˈstɪlɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  a frame or stand for keeping things off the ground, such as casks in a brewery
2.  a container in which goods, machinery, etc, are transported
 
[C16: probably from Dutch stillagie frame, scaffold, from stellen to stand; see -age]

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Example sentences
Anaerobic digestion of corn ethanol thin stillage at thermophilic temperature
  with two completely stirred tank reactors is tested.
Thin stillage overflow is pumped into a thin stillage storage tank.
The balance of undissolved and dissolved solids came from the stillage to which
  the fiber was added.
The liquid remaining after screening or centrifuging contains fine grain
  particles and yeast cells and is called thin stillage.
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