handiwork

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  • Then they all three sat down, and much enjoyed the result of their handiwork. Cited from Debit and Credit, by Gustav Freytag
  • If there is any good in me it will be his handiwork. Cited from The Drums Of Jeopardy, by Harold MacGrath
  • I had left God's handiwork and come to the man-made town. Cited from A Tramp's Sketches, by Stephen Graham
  • I don't see any of our handiwork upon his face. Cited from Colonel Thorndyke's Secret, by G. A. Henty
  • Some of his handiworks in this order of art had been among the first to take the field. Cited from The Web of Life, by Robert Herrick
  • Nor was it only of his handiwork that he has been liberal. Cited from The Life of Michelangelo Buonarotti, by John Addington Symonds
  • So she made him a present -- it was of her own handiwork. Cited from A Few Short Sketches, by Douglass Sherley
  • It is the handiwork of no one man, of no group of men, of no period. Cited from The Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible, by R. Heber Newton
  • Every way we turned we encountered them, and because of this we saw much of their handiwork. Cited from Before Adam, by Jack London
  • And often he saw his own handiwork through the window. Cited from Christmas in Legend and Story, by Elva S. Smith
  • They are the handiwork of physical forces which we can see and measure and in a degree control. Cited from The Breath of Life, by John Burroughs
  • But the writing was not the only part of her letters which showed superior handiwork. Cited from Memoir of Jane Austen, by James Edward Austen-Leigh
  • One day I stumbled upon some of his handiwork far down the ground. Cited from The Works of Rudyard Kipling/One Volume Edition/12
  • He had no trade, understood no handiwork; he could fell trees. Cited from A Mountain Woman, by Elia W. Peattie
  • Among these scenes of nature's handiwork, a production of human art demands your attention. Cited from The Actress in High Life, by Sue Petigru Bowen
  • In all the frozen scene he could find no mark of man or man's handiwork. Cited from The Harbor Master, by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
  • Society has had, more or less, to take the consequences of her own handiwork. Cited from Alton Locke, Tailor And Poet,Rev. Charles Kingsley
  • However, there they all were, four hundred of them, looking with much delight at their own handiwork. Cited from At Last, by Charles Kingsley
  • But I do not receive any copy of an account from him of his own handiwork. Cited from Second Shetland Truck System Report, by Guthrie
  • I saw another dawn once which had little in it save God's handiwork. Cited from The Wedge of Gold, by C. C. Goodwin
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