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In the dance between editors and constructors, there's a growing debate over what are "common" or "well known" terms to readers and solvers.
There are ways, most constructors agree, to curate good puzzles without seeming to cater to niche whims.
I have to give a lot of credit to the organizers John Lieb and Andrew Kingsley, editor Brad Wilber and the constructors for such a well-run multi-week virtual crossword tournament during the pandemic.
The construction corps comprises naval constructor and assistant naval constructor.
Mr. Strachey, without abandoning the acridity of his style, exposes Florence Nightingale as a great constructor of civilization.
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He ought to be aware of this, and accept it with his eyes open, regarding himself as a pioneer, not a constructor.
They formed the acquaintance of a veteran balloon constructor, who had a plan for a novel motor ship.
The constructor of these great works was Antiochus Epiphanes.
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The course constructor has been learning, and so has the greenkeeper.
FIFTY YEARS OF GOLFHORACE G. HUTCHINSON
This marks his final resolution to be a novelist and nothing else, to be a serious constructor of fiction in the serious sense.

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