Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of violinmaker.

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Examples

  • Some violinmakers call "Oil varnish" also varnishes made from evaporating oils used to dissolve resins like simple oil of turpentine / damar gum varnish and similar.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • SOme violinmakers call "Oil varnish" also varnishes made from evaporating oils used to dissolve resins like simple oil of turpentine / damar gum varnish and similar.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • But then so are most portrayals of musicians, journalists, violinmakers and others whose numbers are so low that most people never meet one.

    RealClimate

  • Testore, you are looking at the thing through violinmakers 'glasses.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • He, Amati and Guarneri are known as the trinity of top violinmakers.

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  • In particular, the legendary varnish on his instruments has fascinated musicians, violinmakers, historians, and chemists since the beginning of the 19th century -- inciting controversial speculation about "secret" ingredients.

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  • Seattle Chamber Music Society's James Ehnes in new documentary on violinmakers

    The Seattle Times

  • violinists & violinmakers - the need to maintain good relationship

    Violinist.com

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