- n. Plural form of carver.
“They strolled out to serenade the pumpkin carvers, grabbing snacks along the way.”
“Pumpkin carvers got a little wet in Key Largo during an underwater carving contest.”
“The market for luxury goods and artisans such as carvers, gilders, watchmakers, furniture makers, painters, potters, silversmiths also rose, along with the need for contractors.”
“Callahan, who worked as an apprentice under stone carvers at the cathedral in the 1980s, has done restoration work on the White House exterior and gargoyles in private gardens.”
“Butter cows were standard fare in the dawn of butter sculpture, but by the early sixties Missouri's cholesterol carvers had advanced to full farm families, seated around the dinner table, discussing best methods of crop rotation in order to achieve maximum sorghum yields.”
“Thor Heyerdahl posited the carvers from South America.”
“The Helix Lounge's pumpkin carving contest gives the first 30 would-be carvers a pre-scooped pumpkin, carving tools and two hours to fashion their scariest jack-o'lantern for a chance to win a free night's stay at the hotel.”
“The Helix Lounge's pumpkin carving contest, from 6 to 8 p.m., gives the first 30 would-be carvers a pre-scooped pumpkin, carving tools and two hours to fashion their scariest Jack-O-Lantern for a chance to win a free night's stay at the hotel.”
“Yet in the seventh century, when carvers began chiseling out the temples, this was India's portal to Southeast Asia.”
“There's a tradition in the Ozarks of craftsmen working with their hands—potters, carvers, basket weavers—but, until now, no institutional example of a visual arts culture," said Mr. Bacigalupi.”
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