from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In bookbinding, a maker of cases or covers for books.
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He had agreed to give the case-maker a share of the profits if he would make the cases at a certain price, but put him off in the same way.
I was the case-maker of our concern, and 'pitched into' the pine lumber in good earnest.
Thence to my case-maker for my stone case, and had it to my mind, and cost me 24s., which is a great deale of money, but it is well done and pleases me.
Good thing case-maker Speck is jumping in with its colorful line of iPad protectors.
California-based case-maker Incipio has updated some of the covers in its iPod touch line for the device's new design.
- Coming November 28 from my favoite iPhone case-maker, Incase, is the PowerSlider for iPhone3G, a combination hardshell case and power solution.
Rugged case-maker OtterBox just introduced a new model in its 1937 Defender Series, this one for the new BlackBerry Bold.