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noun as in builder

noun as in carpenter

noun as in producer

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When my sister looks at a Mason jar now—whether in someone’s hand filled with tea or bursting with flowers on a friend’s coffee table—it reminds her of her son Mason.

Between 2004 and 2007, another former client also alleged Mason repeatedly exposed himself to her in parking lots, at her job and at a convenience store.

In May 1776, Mason — by then not just a tobacco farmer but also a pioneer in the Virginia wine industry — was asked to help draft the Virginia Declaration of Rights.

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They failed, and as a result, Mason’s political career “was kind of curtailed,” Hyland says.

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One day while we were outside playing, my mother called Mason’s mom and told me to come home immediately.

Adam Thierer is a senior research fellow with the Technology Policy Program at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

Like Cohen, many of these casualties were white Democrats from below the Mason-Dixon Line.

It was recorded as a little online extra while Mason and his crew waited to film a stand-up for the broadcast news program.

A network insider insisted: “No expletives were uttered by Mr Mason in the recording of his rant.”

The injuries, she says, only happened when Hawking and Mason were alone.

A stone mason was employed to engrave the following epitaph on a tradesman's wife: "A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband."

Mr. Mason was fond of children, and stooping down he kissed the child, who drew back and hid behind Jake.

Something in her eyes attracted and fascinated, and at the same time troubled Mr. Mason, he scarcely knew why.

As Mr. Mason finished the services and sat down, he was startled with an outburst of "Shall we meet beyond the river."

Her voice was singularly sweet and full, and Mr. Mason said to himself, "She'll be a singer some day, if she is not crazy first."


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mason, such as: architect, artisan, contractor, inventor, maker, and manufacturer.

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