the apprentice love

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  • But Menoily was quicker; she swung the apprentice about and shoved him forcefully toward the main door.

    Dragon Drums

  • It boasts the ‘Apprentice Pillar’, an explicit parallel with the Masonic myth of Hiram Abiff14, and the apprentice depicted on it is known as ‘the Son of the Widow’, a highly significant Masonic term which is also important in this investigation.

    The Templar Revelation

  • [unclear] this wage-job study implementing the apprentice program through, and seeing ....

    Oral History Interview with Carlee Drye, April 2, 1980. Interview H-0005. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Timiny clamped his hand firmly over Piemur's mouth, and the next few announcements were lost to that section of the apprentice tables.

    Dragon Drums

  • Fourteen years old in time, a thousand years old in vice, the apprentice of old Scylax the actor — and a tease, a torment, a trollop, a tiger cub.

    The First Man in Rome

  • Every year the General’s Games were the high point of the calendar for the apprentice warriors in Sparta’s many barracks.

    Lion Of Macedon

  •     Mishra regarded Ashnod, and the apprentice could sense a tenseness,

    The Brothers' War

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