“SIMON: Mr. Cully, how did you become a master pumpkin carver?”
“Mr. CULLY: I became a pumpkin carver in autumn of 1988, and my wife and I had a 400 pound pumpkin at the time, as I recall, a little over 400 pounds.”
“Mike sez, Last month's visit to Washington DC saw the usual exchange of diplomatic gifts - Gordon Brown gave President Obama a pen holder carver from the timbers of a ship involved in the fight against slavery.”
“At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.”
“It is used for the famous Tunbridge ware, and is called the carver's tree, because, as the poet says,”
“In the marriage certificate her father is described as a carver, for what reason I am unable to determine, for I have a very distinct recollection that Gissing told me he was a bootmaker, probably even a cobbler.”
“At a motion of the indicating finger of the hostess, the tempting dish was brought forward, and carefully placed on the table before the many-titled carver, amid a shower of compliments to the distinguished artificer of so fine an edible structure, from him and many others of the admiring company.”
“They confirm why Matisse the painter was called a carver of color and space.”
“the carver was a sitting duck killed by the auto and motorbike industries that wouldn't withstand the challenge! the hybrid is a mirage! at an all electric range of at least 20 miles”
“Ah, my friend,' he said, seeing me staring at his belt, 'you are looking at my "carver".”
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