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These people are, I believe, the greatest speech-makers in the world; nothing can be done without speeches.
THE JESUIT RELATIONS AND ALLIED DOCUMENTS, VOL. II: ACADIA, 1612-1614VARIOUS
There are many excellent makers, but we must content ourselves with briefly noticing the most prominent.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE
After Andrew, as great makers, come his two sons Antonius and Hieronymus, who flourished from 1550 to 1634.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE
The makers of idols are all of them nothing, and their best beloved things shall not profit them.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
There are many fine examples of the different makers of this celebrated name in this country.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE
The differences in the three great makers seems to be now decided to consist in fullness of tone and quantity of power.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE
The wind-blown rain-makers lost their leaden hue and became a soft pearl-gray, all fleecy white around the edges.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Some makers used it invariably, while others did so occasionally, perhaps not always having a stock on hand.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
In England the violin makers in the beginning of the eighteenth century, mostly copied the pattern and model of Steiner.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE
Then again amateurs may resort to the old French makers, some old English and the Tyrolean, which may be had cheaper still.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE

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