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No longer could the molder in Albany be indifferent to the fate of his fellow craftsman in Louisville.
A HISTORY OF TRADE UNIONISM IN THE UNITED STATESSELIG PERLMAN
Miles went north in search of better luck, and this place was allowed to molder until it was leased in 1879 to a sugar baron.
RALESTONE LUCKANDRE NORTON
No molder of the world's destinies springs fully equipped from the welter of promiscuous events.
PUBLIC SPEAKINGCLARENCE STRATTON
One writer who has observed them in their native haunts describes the rock nuthatch as "an expert clay mixer and molder."
OUR BIRD COMRADESLEANDER S. (LEANDER SYLVESTER) KEYSER
My shword, red as a radish shkin, Ne'er finds the time to molder; Shee how it shleeps its sheath within!
THE LITTLE CLAY CART(ATTRIBUTED TO) KING SHUDRAKA
This may be followed by the reproduction in molder's sand, or in clay, of the forms seen in pictures or learned from description.
HOME GEOGRAPHY FOR PRIMARY GRADESC. C. LONG
Remark the bold sweep of that piece of spouting—a true secession curve of which the molder was probably completely ignorant.
THE GAY ADVENTURERICHARD BIRD
The church is a very powerful molder of public opinion, and Mr. Rutland is very impressive.
THEFTJACK LONDON
That he should have committed such a deception, he the scrupulous molder of clay!
RODIN: THE MAN AND HIS ARTJUDITH CLADEL
During that time they must be turned once or twice every day, lest they should putrefy or molder.
THE CONQUEST OF CANADA (VOL. 1 OF 2)GEORGE WARBURTON
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