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I was received with the distinction due to my introducer, and was invited to join their supper that night.
Aristus, in Greek mythology, son of Apollo and Cyrene, the introducer of bee-keeping.
The introducer of the memorable measure of the last session shook his head negatively.
DAVID DUNNEBELLE KANARIS MANIATES
In the mind of the introducer, however, it is a valuable variety, and well worthy of further observation.
Some vines of this variety were sent out by the introducer under the title Crawford No. 99.
But, save for this accident of time, it was Mr. Archer and no other who was really the introducer of Ibsen to English readers.
HENRIK IBSENEDMUND GOSSE
The first introducer of it was Mr. Wyke, who lived in Dale-street, on the site of the present public offices.
Merodach is hailed to begin with as Asari, the introducer of agriculture and horticulture, the creator of grain and plants.
Mr. Hamblet was the father and introducer in after years of the Western Union Telegraph system of time distribution.
EDISON, HIS LIFE AND INVENTIONSFRANK LEWIS DYER AND THOMAS COMMERFORD MARTIN
Cleopatra now turned to the "introducer," waving her hand towards the throne and those who surrounded it.

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