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Sowada’s team would like to see how other commoners from ancient Egypt were mummified.
According to this account the scales of the lyre (the simpler and commoner instrument) were of two kinds.
This was avowed by the great commoner, Pitt himself, the special friend of America.
Neither do large deeds and very clear thinking—which, stout hearts being commoner than unmuddled brains, is lucky for us.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
A simple scene, in all truth; none commoner in the world; it really did not matter who saw.
V. V.'S EYESHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
If he is a commoner, he eats with his knife; if a gentleman, with his fork.
Is there any term in commoner use, and what are we to think about it?
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
But by far the commoner form of pit-dwelling is circular, with a diameter rarely exceeding two metres.
The commoner objects would compare favorably with those found in other mounds by the same and other investigators.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
The three-rayed design appears to have gained the victory over the others, and came into commoner use.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION