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The house in Curzon Street had been bought and she had been a round of furnishers, paper-hangers and fitters of all variety.THE ANGEL OF TERROREDGAR WALLACE
One or two of the English fitters, who were Reservists, had rejoined.THE BOY WITH WINGSBERTA RUCK
Three operatives are required for each machine, two fitters and one machinist.A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF NORWICHA. D. BAYNE
Fitters and cutters form the aristocracy of the profession, but one which is recruited from the humbler ranks.WOMEN IN MODERN INDUSTRYB. L. HUTCHINS
However, industrial and trade schools can give preliminary and thorough instruction to ship-fitters and loftsmen.OUR SCHOOLS IN WAR TIME—AND AFTERARTHUR DAVIS DEAN
With the exception of a few turners and fitters almost all replied that they found little or no pleasure in their work.PROGRESS AND HISTORYVARIOUS
The riggers, the fitters, the armorers, and the countless other members of the ground crews that keep the planes in the air.DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
The fitters, with touches of the file, remove matter in such minute quantities that its removal might seem of no consequence.THE ROMANCE OF MODERN MECHANISMARCHIBALD WILLIAMS
Then they met between the two planes and waited for the engine fitters to climb in the pits and kick the Merlins into life.DAVE DAWSON WITH THE COMMANDOSR. SIDNEY BOWEN
Among them were experts in fitting locks, especially skilled in making keys from impressions, and known as professional "fitters."TRUE DETECTIVE STORIESCLEVELAND MOFFETT

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