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Word: mason

Definition: one who builds or works with stone or brick; N. masonry: work of a mason; stonework or brickwork

Sentences Containing 'mason'

"Klondike-5" was also heard in the "Perry Mason" show and in "Seinfeld".
2011 Legg Mason Tennis Classic – Singles Qualifying
A Mason, he was also a member of several German societies in Portland.
A Master Free Mason of the Jubilee Masters Lodge, No.
A rate was gathered for the support of Captain Mason on December 29, 1634.
After retiring from league football, he returned to Southampton and became a licensee at the Mason's Arms in St.
After the war, Mason became Deputy Governor of Connecticut.
Andrew D. Mason (born 1980) is an American businessman and entrepreneur.
Augusta tried to persuade Julia to leave Mason at the altar.
During the robbery, he shot and killed police constable Frank Mason of the Hertfordshire Police.
For this trip his usual partner on the piano, Berkeley Mason, was not available.
Fortnum Mason claims to have invented the Scotch egg in 1738.
George Mason University is host to a number of fraternities and sororities listed on this page.
He also authored two novels under the pseudonym William Mason.
He visited a Stone Mason's College in Saubsdorf (today Supíkovice).
He was a 32d degree Mason, having been a member of Jackson Lodge, No.
He was a Mason, and Methodist Episcopal by faith.
He was the son of John Mercer and Catherine Mason Mercer.
His memorial by the monumental mason "Flaxman" was erected in the Cambridgeshire parish church.
Hutchinson then brought in his former Bridport team mate Andy Mason as assistant.
In 1790 he married Abigail Mason Peale (1767-1834).
In his few years in Massachusetts John Mason was found very useful by town and colony.
Jim Mason, who had worked with Poco in the past, was producer.
John Mason's descendants number in the thousands today.
John Mason, as also of upland and of meadow near Mistick, where he shall make choice".
Lilliwaup is a small unincorporated community in Mason County, Washington, United States.
List of fraternities and sororities at George Mason University
Mason grew up in an American Jewish family in Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh.
Mason is married to pop/folk singer Jenny Gillespie.
Mason passed these letters on to the colony authorities in Hartford, and added his own strongly worded advice.
Mason recounted his experiences in the Pequot War in his narrative "Major Mason's Brief History of the Pequot War", which wasn't published until 1736.
Mason was employed as a developer at InnerWorkings, a company founded by Lefkofsky, in 2006.
Mason's Island in Stonington, Connecticut, is named after John Mason.
On 10 February 1634/5 "Captayne Mason" received a grant of in Dorchester.
On November 5, 1633, "Sergeant Stoughton is chosen ensign to Captain Mason".
Perhaps the most influential early composer was Lowell Mason.
Surdam never married, was a Royal Arch Mason and a staunch Republican.
The film also features Bernadette Peters, M. Emmet Walsh and Jackie Mason.
The Four Feathers is a novel written by A. E. W. Mason.
The Greek Revival Mason County Courthouse was built in 1844.
The Ludington Public Library is in the city of Ludington in Mason County.
The Mason County District Library is located in Mason County in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
The mason who finishes the cornice of the palace returns at night perchance to a hut not so good as a wigwam.
The naif style indicates it was done by a local mason rather than a professional sculptor.
The transepts and chancel added in 1873 were certainly the work of Mason.
Thereafter, the mail was directed to Mason.
This philosophical difference led to Mason using "hard words" against Pynchon.
Tipple was also a Mason (33rd degree of Italy).
Watts made his Boston debut in 1969 for the Peabody Mason Concert series.
Wojciech Kucharski (1741-1819) was a Polish sculptor and mason.

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