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noun as in jeweler

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An awareness that such texts may represent only an elite perspective — and thus not reveal the entire smellscape of the time or how it was perceived by everyday folks — is crucial when compiling the scents of ancient history, Goldsmith says.

That’s what Goldsmith did to come up with what she thinks is a smellscape typical of ancient Egyptian cities.

Although Goldsmith has identified so many viruses over the years that she can’t even guess the number, the viruses she’s examined are limited to those already known to cause disease—and those that primarily infect people.

The project, a collaboration among the Republic, USA Today and the Center for Public Integrity, won the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, among other awards.

Most of the deal was overseen by her predecessor, Goldsmith.

Goldsmith replied, “Does that mean we have to sit back and do nothing?”

Jemima Khan, nee Goldsmith, is the daughter of one of Britain's richest men, Sir Jimmy Goldsmith, who died in 1997.

I guess it begins with Shakespeare, but it includes She Stoops to Conquer by Goldsmith.

Goldsmith sold his recruitment business, Computer Futures, for £275 million in 2005.

The Crazy Keyboards of Yesteryear Sara Goldsmith, Slate An illustrated tour of a land before QWERTY.

But this goldsmith's work, far from impairing the effect of the whole, adds a certain fascination to it.

One of the company observed that this was improbable, as Dr. Goldsmith had never been in that part of the country.

We went by jewelers' shops where they were cutting diamonds, and stopped in front of the goldsmith's door.

It was a union of barbarism and of goldsmith's work, with the imposing and rugged architecture of the elements.

Goldsmith's poetry belongs to the old school, for he was a follower of Johnson, a strenuous opponent of the new romanticism.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to goldsmith, such as: horologist, lapidary, silversmith, watchmaker, diamond setter, and gem dealer.

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