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  • n. Plural form of fuller.

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Examples

  • If the workers are undocumented doesn't that mean that fullers is breaking the law just as much as the worker is.

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  • Unlike the "B" it is apparently not adsorbed by fine precipitates such as fullers 'earth or colloidal iron.

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  • The second is a kind of fullers earth, of a greyish white, full of shining particles.

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    Fuller's Car Wash Boss Asked for Sex According to Workers

  • Well.. the thing with the fullers is... it is hard to fit 3 fullers on a blade, that is a lot of metal to remove and space to take up, and yet Longclaw has 3 fullers, it is written, so we had to do what we did to make it fit.

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  • The only real beef that I have with Longclaw is the location of the smaller fullers.

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  • I was banished to the tharais district of Allaxios, where the impure lived and worked: besides the dyers, there were butchers, tanners, and fullers who cleaned and felted wool.

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  • I sold these delicacies in the little market square next to the street of the fullers, or shared them with the other dyers.

    Wildfire

  • The weavers and fullers were the first crafts to obtain royal recognition of their guilds, and by 1130 they had guilds established in London, Lincoln, and Oxford.

    The Guilds

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