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The last sagger of each bung is covered with an unbaked one, three inches deep, in place of a round lid.
The brisk and long flame which it yields dips into the tunnels, penetrates the kiln, and circulates round the sagger-piles.
A cream or buff body is all that is necessary, therefore, and the foundation of this is a clay known as sagger clay.
THE POTTER'S CRAFTCHARLES F. BINNS
Bats and props are best made of sagger clay to which has been added about one-third of crushed fire-brick.
THE POTTER'S CRAFTCHARLES F. BINNS
In fact,   there is an entire section in the clay-shop devoted to nothing but sagger making.
THE STORY OF PORCELAINSARA WARE BASSETT
Is the same sort of clay sagger used for the glazed as well as for the unglazed wares?
THE STORY OF PORCELAINSARA WARE BASSETT
"I'll watch out fer dat, Nick, an' you must watch out too," answered Jack Sagger.
JOE THE HOTEL BOYHORATIO ALGER JR.
Thus urged Jack Sagger struck out once more, landing on Joe's chest.
JOE THE HOTEL BOYHORATIO ALGER JR.
"Don't you call me afraid," said Sagger, but his voice had lost much of its bullying tone.
JOE THE HOTEL BOYHORATIO ALGER JR.
There was a pause and Sagger sprang forward, trying to catch Joe around the arms.
JOE THE HOTEL BOYHORATIO ALGER JR.

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