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“Meanwhile, brass instrument-maker Mick Rath was showing off his amazing trombones: "Crap, aren't they?”
“It was so many things," recalled Mr. Lore, who also has championed such far-flung musicians as East Harlem instrument-maker and folklorist Cooper-Moore and the northern Mississippi fife-and-drum family band led by the late Othar Turner.”
“Meanwhile, scientific instrument-maker Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has been sending new hires to at least three U.S. locations over two years.”
“• As an instrument-maker, Mr. Scipio likes that guitars can take most any shape and no one bats an eye, as opposed to the rather more formalized expectations that greet makers of violins.”
“And they would have these things called sound seances where you would come to the atelier of the instrument-maker and there would be a studio where they made them ...”
“Our instrument-maker has one method of dealing with all instruments -- almost without exception.”
“While this work was in progress, our instrument-maker had his hands full; the clockwork mechanism of the thermograph had gone wrong: the spindle was broken, I believe.”
“Whether Professor Mohn will be overjoyed with this result is another question, which the instrument-maker and director did not care to go into.”
“We did not bless the instrument-maker who had supplied those compasses.”
“Lindström undertook the position of sub-director of the Framheim meteorological station and instrument-maker to the expedition.”
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