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A person who carves traditional Maori jewellery and other handicrafts from bone:‘some of the women became well known as bone carvers’
- ‘It was around this area that we came across a talented bone carver.’
- ‘Many of New Zealand's top sculptors, painters, potters, jewellerymakers and bone carvers have made Golden Bay their home.’
- ‘He became the first contemporary professional bone carver in the country.’
- ‘There is a limit as to how many bone carvers and marae caterers the market needs.’
- ‘Most bone carvers in this country now use beef bone.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.