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  • noun Plural form of flesher.


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  • Others occasionally leave virtual realities to inhabit robots as missionaries to try to persuade the fleshers not to let themselves die of old age.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Clang, clang, came up through the grating, and then an axe hurtled through the air and whacked against the rocks beyond, to remind me of the fleshers at the carcasses up the cavern.

    First Men in the Moon

  • It would seem the exterior Selenites I saw were, indeed, mostly engaged in kindred occupations — mooncalf herds, butchers, fleshers, and the like.

    First Men in the Moon

  • New sig tag: "Why haven't you indolent fleshers converted the universe into chocolate?"

    March 11th, 2003

  • The answer was "To which I can only reply: why haven't you indolent fleshers converted the entire galaxy into chocolate?".

    March 10th, 2003

  • The Mound Builders must have had all the varieties of stone implements common to people in their stage of culture, such as axes, fleshers, and chisels.

    The Prehistoric World; or, Vanished races

  • "Fiddlers 'dogs and fleshers' flees come to feasts unbidden," said

    My Man Sandy

  • The Burgundian partisans in the city, among whom was the powerful corporation of the butchers and fleshers, now rose, and on

    The Story of Paris

  • The shoulder-blades, lashed to a wooden handle, formed axes, hoes, and fleshers.

    Blackfoot Lodge Tales

  • Just an announcement to say that this coming Tuesday, the ol 'fleshers will start drum pre-production and we're expected to officially start recording Saturday, Dec. 5th.



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