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Holly Walker, an apprentice ski guide with the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides and a former ski patroller at Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort, opts to wear her device in-bounds, too.
Master artists taught apprentices “how to draw, make the composition and pose the colors.”
For instance, wage subsidies would enable employers to take on the risk of hiring apprentices, a practice that used to be common but is now rare in the United States.
Easily the story’s most fascinating character, Lydia has plenty to say about fate but thrives by imposing her will on others—including Anna, whom she manipulates into becoming her apprentice.
Without being overbearing or assertive, Gerace had gently taken us under his wing for our full education, both within science and without, as the master painters did with their apprentices in the 17th and 18th centuries.
FIVE SCIENTISTS ON THE HEROES WHO CHANGED THEIR LIVES - ISSUE 93: FORERUNNERSALAN LIGHTMAN, HOPE JAHREN, ROBERT SAPOLSKY,DECEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
The young apprentice was of middle height, very well built, amazingly active, and able to bear the utmost fatigue.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
If she lasts a couple of hours, I shall be surprised, said the apothecarys apprentice, intent upon the toothpicks point.
He was an apprentice to a wig and curl maker, when Whitefield attracted his attention, and he became a methodist preacher.
Shortly after this the youngest apprentice went below, and found the ill-used lad standing on a locker, and gibbering fearfully.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
An apprentice who is qualifying himself to operate an elevator is an employee within the Minnesota Act.

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