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  • noun Plural form of mechanick.

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Examples

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

  • For Sher, the Scottish printers and booksellers of the second half of the century … were not 'mechanicks' … but collaborators in a London-Edinburgh publishing enterprise that put Scotland on the literary map. an excerpt from the book.

    The Chicago Blog

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