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  • He knew a builder who could follow them and what more did one need? Cited from If You're Going to Live in the Country, by Ormsbee and Huntley
  • He was a builder who employed several labourers within the local area.
  • The mere site here makes for authority, and they were brave builders who laid the foundation-stones. Cited from Italian Hours, by Henry James
  • But Washington was a great man, a state-builder who fought wars and founded governments. Cited from George Washington, Vol. II, by Henry Cabot Lodge
  • It was what they had been looking for for years -- for some builder who was really enjoying his business. Cited from Crowds, by Gerald Stanley Lee
  • He hired a local builder who was a former seafarer, who took three years to build the house.
  • And who are the builders who are carrying this through? Cited from The Makers and Teachers of Judaism, by Charles Foster Kent
  • The builders who had originally built the airport undertook the work under protest.
  • He was a consensus builder who commanded through his political judgment and his ability to make a deal.
  • He was a Master Builder, a builder who also designed the homes he built.
  • Nevertheless there is a large base of machine builders who produce tire-building machines.
  • It was the builder who thought to look under the bench, but it was Smith who had brought a light. Cited from The Lord of Death and the Queen of Life
  • The singer is killed and the daughter is forced to marry a dike-builder who is also killed.
  • Many of these were designed by other architects and builders who were influenced by Price's work.
  • The houses were often the product of progressive builders who were keen to secure sales of their houses.
  • Typically of the time, the residential buildings were not designed by architects but the master builders who constructed them.
  • She was a builder who believed in the power of women working together regardless of race, religion or nationality.
  • The informer reported that they were armed and were waiting for a few builders who would be coming in the evening.
  • There was a fine cunningness about those forgotten builders who set up this royal pyramid. Cited from The Lost Continent by C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
  • Its name comes from the builder who first started construction on the land; Walter Faber.
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