Mason


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Mason

A craftsperson skilled in shaping and joining pieces of stone or brick together to form walls and other parts of buildings and structures.

mason

A person who is skilled in the craft of building with units of natural or artificial mineral products, such as bricks, stones, and cinderblocks, that are usually bonded or cemented with mortar to similar units.
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After these words, the Mason, as if tired by his long discourse, again leaned his arms on the back of the sofa and closed his eyes.
The Mason cleared his throat huskily, as old men do, and called his servant.
thought Pierre, rising with downcast head; and he began to pace the room, glancing occasionally at the Mason.
Pierre wished to say this to the Mason, but did not dare to.
The Mason remained silent for a long time, evidently considering.
White Mason, I claim the right to work in my own way and give my results at my own time--complete rather than in stages.
I am sure we are honoured by your presence and to show you all we know," said White Mason cordially.
That's the window," said White Mason, "that one on the immediate right of the drawbridge.
These purchased shares reflect all of the shares of Mason Resources acquired by Sandstorm Gold Ltd pursuant to the May 2017 spin-out of the Ann Mason copper-molybdenum project in Nevada and the Lordsburg copper-gold property in New Mexico into Mason Resources through a plan of arrangement with Entree Resources Ltd.
Their baby underwent so many emergency treatments in hospital that doctors nicknamed him "The Famous Mason McCaig".
Sarah Ellen Turner married Sydney Mason in 1916 and moved to the Huddersfield area in the early 1930s.