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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.

    The White Ninja

  • 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.

    The White Ninja

  • 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.

    Life in a Thousand Worlds

  • 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.

    Coronation Day

  • 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.

    The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss

  • 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.

    Brew City Brawler


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