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  • noun Plural form of kneader.


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  • Sots, send someone 'round to the Bon Adventure and find out how much per hour the flesh kneaders charge.

    Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Friday

  • He was also unlucky enough to have his bed placed in the kneaders 'room, beside that of an old workman of the shop who suffered from chronic catarrh, as a result of having breathed so much flour into his lungs; this fellow kept hawking away at all hours.

    The Quest

  • Anthidium group into equal sections, of equal importance, for which I demand special generic titles; for it is highly illogical to call the carders of wool and the kneaders of resin by the same name.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • We have here, recognized as of excellent standard by all the expert classifiers, so fastidious in the arrangement of their lists, a generic group, called Anthidium, containing two guilds of workers entirely dissimilar in character: the cotton-fullers and the resin-kneaders.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • Its tools as a master-fuller are its legs and its mandibles, which are just like those possessed by the mortar-kneaders and Leaf-cutters; and yet, despite this similarity of outfit, what a vast difference in the results obtained!

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • I abandon the attempt to understand how, with its little bales of cotton brought up one by one, the insect, no otherwise gifted than the kneaders of mud and the makers of leafy baskets, manages to felt what it has collected into a homogeneous whole and then to work the product into a thimble-shaped wallet.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • All the other Osmiae whose method of nest-building I know work with green putty, a paste made of some crushed leaf or other; and none of them, except Latreille's Osmia, is provided with the horned or tubercled armour of the mud-kneaders.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • Through its Community Link initiative, the hospital received RM50,000 from CIMB Foundation which was used to buy raw materials, electrical items such as multi-deck oven, semi-auto bun divider, multi-purpose mixers and kneaders, among others.

    nst online

  • Apparently, the first kneaders of bread were ladies.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XV No 2

  • Luclarion still sold her good, cheap white loaves and brown, her muffins and her crumpets; and she had what she called her "big baking room," where a dozen women could work at the troughs and the kneaders and the ovens; and in this bakery they learned an honest trade that would stand them in stead for self-support, whether to furnish a commodity for sale, or in homes where daily bread must be put together as well as prayed for.

    The Other Girls


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