handiwork


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handiwork

work performed or produced by hand, such as embroidery or pottery
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And you, too, daughter of the Sun, Circe the witch, come and cast cruel spells; hurt both these men and their handiwork.
All my handiwork was strong, none of it beautiful; but I knew that it would work, and I felt myself a man of power as I looked at it.
Her short, grey tweed skirt was obviously the handiwork of an accomplished tailor.
But that's the handiwork of my good kinsman and my father's friend, James of the Glens: James Stewart, that is: Ardshiel's half-brother.
When the baby had been put to rights and transformed into a firm doll, Lizaveta Petrovna dandled it as though proud of her handiwork, and stood a little away so that Levin might see his son in all his glory.
Nature's handiwork never was disguised with such extraordinary artificial carving, as the man had overlaid his countenance with in one moment.
We vehemently condemn this blast, it's handiwork of those bent upon derailing the peace process in an attempt to sabotage the dialogue process which I hope will not be affected," the Taliban intermediary said.
Almost half of fall-outs were because their friend took too long to come round to them, while a quarter weren't impressed by the quality of their friend's handiwork.
The sources said the agencies are certain that the attack was the handiwork of Indian agencies who executed it through their paid agents to bring a bad name for Pakistan.
When we speak about the handiwork of the Macedonian woman and all that distinguishes out nation, we can gladly say that the artfulness to weave and wreathe a handiwork is not the main thing but also the emotions, prayers and all that the Macedonian woman is carrying deep in her soul and heart," said Metropolitan Petar.
The party may also take legal action against some news channels and periodicals for portraying last year's ' cash for vote' scam in Parliament as the party's handiwork.
These people would pay dad in some of their handiwork and these items were still in our house when I went off to war.