One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I take a hammer to the concrete that is keeping my barn doors from closing and develop an entirely new appreciation for stoneworkers.’
- ‘The pietre dure technique spread as far as India during the seventeenth century thanks to Florentine stoneworkers lured to the Mogul court by the hope of riches.’
- ‘The deputy highlighted ‘the wealth of people with expertise and experience’ available within his department, such as plasterers and stoneworkers.’
- ‘A headache, according to him, could be one thing if it afflicted a stoneworker in Corinth and quite another if it plagued a philosopher of Athens.’
- ‘The centerpiece illustrated here was executed in Rome by Carlo Albacini, a stoneworker and restorer of antiquities.’
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