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  • n. earthenware


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  • To her left, across the aisle, a gentleman who is also heading there to pitch “earthware.

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  • There was also, a huge open fire with huge earthware pots bubbling being attended by many lovely ladies.

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  • There were iron knives, a roast kid, a basket of peanuts, a sack of roasted coffee beans, a string of dried fruit, and a tiny earthware flask of perfume.

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  • Now the King had a dish of such fine earthware and with such beautiful patterns upon it that he never let it be carried from the Kitchen to the Feast-Hall, nor from the

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  • Yes, lot of general talk; and I had seen Incas curios, mostly earthware, in every port in Peru.

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  • He had worked with hand-dug clay and, after graduating from Ole Miss, he began doing red earthware.


  • Our priest, too, got rid of all the old earthware vessels.

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  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP said it had been appointed to administer the company, which manufactures and sells earthware and china products.

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  • Using an earthware cup absorbed on top absorbed too much taste,

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