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- n. Plural form of harnesser.
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And behind, all down the island-studded Alaskan coast, even to the Horn, were yet ten thousand more, harnessers of wind and steam, hasteners from the ends of the earth.
Because there is where he would find the tanjian, the harnessers of the night and of every evil thing that made its home in the darkness.
They were, she said, kingdoms unto their own selves, harnessers of the night and of every evil thing that made their home in the darkness.
It is now conceded in Ploid that the storage batteries of the home can be supplied as economically and effectively by winds and the sun's heat as by running streams; hence it is a common sight to see residences throwing out the old water machinery and introducing the latest design of wind-employers or sun-harnessers.
But here they come, in all the pomp and certitude of power, and still they come, these men of steel, these war lords and world harnessers.
The boys are up to everything; they are carpenters, and plumbers, and trouters, and harnessers, and drivers; H. has just learned to solder, and saves me no little trouble and expense by stopping leakages; heretofore every holey vessel had to be sent out of town.
Seat-makers, wiring-harnessers and parts plants all need to be within a short truck drive to make just-in-time assembly work, says Hill.