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I am the true vine and my Father is the vine-dresser.
One has no encouragement to take pains with one's vineyard," said a vine-dresser. "
Andreas Franz stated his profession as cooper and vine-dresser.
Now he bore a pruning-hook, and personated a vine-dresser; and again with a ladder on his shoulder, he seemed as if he was going to gather apples.
But he pruned with his pruning hook the fruitful branches remaining in the vine that they might bear more fruit and their fruit ripened and gave joy to the vine-dresser."
And when you want to keep a pruning-hook safe, then justice is useful to the individual and to the state; but when you want to use it, then the art of the vine-dresser?
It is derived from two sources: First, it is "an occupational name for a vine-dresser or vintner, from Middle High German rebe 'vine' + -er agent suffix."
After working as a vine-dresser and then as a goldsmith, he became a traveling doctor, and displayed great skill in disputations on medical subjects; but his controversial power soon found a wider field for its exercise in the great theological question of the time.
Back to Contents Anglo-Saxon Technology David Hill Continuing his occasional series on early technologies which began with the winepress in issue 6, the author now turns his attention to the Anglo-Saxon oxcart of c.1000 AD and the vine-dresser's knife.
Written in the form of a conversation between a Thracian vine-dresser on the shore of the Hellespont and a Phoenician merchant who derives his knowledge from the hero Protesilaus, Palamedes is exalted at the expense of Odysseus, and Homer's unfairness to him is attacked.
"A likely precaution for a simple vine-grower of Calabria!
The son of a vine-grower, he at first laboured in the fields, and did not begin his studies till the age of seventeen.
Vine-grower or duke, king or swineherd, princess of magic or homeless beggar, all would be on an equal footing to the gods' weapons.
Palmer was a large vine-grower in the Gironde, and on the death of hs father became the proprietor of the Bath Theatre Royal.
Not obedience to the institution of the church, not obedience to your minister the vine-grower, but obedience to the unique authority of the Son of God.
In his work "Second Tableau - Right Group" four men and a woman represent Australian industry: a gold-digger, vine-grower, reaper, and a shearer and gleaner.
No longer would that lovely creature be nameless to me - she confided with a blush that she was Yasma, and was the daughter of Abthar, the vine-grower.
In 1862 a local wine merchant, Mr. Borty, received a case containing rooted American vines from a New York vine-grower, Mr. Carle.
For the vine-grower in anything cooler than a warm or hot climate, Merlot is much easier to ripen than Cabernet Sauvignon, and has the further advantage of yielding a little higher to boot.
There he exhibited bronze statues of "The Young Vine-Grower", "Génie Funèbre", "Peace" and "Genius in the Grasp of Misery", for which he received a bronze medal.
The small village provides a typical image of the Provence of Frédéric Mistral, with vine-grower's houses built around a castle, and a town square and fountain shaded by hundred year-old plane trees.
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