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noun as in receptacle

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One worker, who asked not to be named in order to protect her future employment prospects, left a tile-making job to become a welder, constructing a variety of rail cars, from hoppers to gondolas.

Load the pellets in the hopper, set the temp, tap a button, and the grill gets to work.

News of the plan prompted an immediate 47% surge in searches for flights to Europe, according to travel analytics firm Hopper.

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Further reassured by photos that showed the trees with their creator Kristi Pimentel in her Florida home studio, Hopper ordered three.

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Hopper, who collects sea glass in Oceanside, California, was impressed by their craftsmanship and also clicked through after seeing the post several times.

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Stream House of Cards and other Netflix originals right from the Hopper.

Edward Hopper has long been a living classic of American art.

Hopper (1882-1967), had his first major retrospective at the Whitney in 1964.

In the decade following World War I, Hopper settled on a vein of imagery that has been his special glory ever since.

Among the latter are the rarely seen etchings Hopper produced in 1915–18 when he was doing very little painting.

Each machine has but just sufficient powder in its hopper to run until a new supply can reach it.

The only kind to use are short-hopper closets with a trap that opens into the soil-pipe above the floor.

The star ship had not lifted, that message had found its way south, passed along by hopper and merman.

Dr. Hopper wrote a number of poems that were publisht in three volumes.

Edward Hopper came in 1868 and on June 29, 1869, he was installed as pastor.


On this page you'll find 139 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hopper, such as: activity, deal, force, life, movement, and operation.

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