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In a few years the national distress was so great that the Farmer, the Artisan, and the Labourer petitioned the King to reorganize the standing army.
Then carpenters, and smiths, and many other artisans, will be sharers in our little State, which is already beginning to grow?
Then more husbandmen and more artisans will be required?
Inhabitants of the city and villages, and you, workingmen and artisans, to whatever nation you belong, you are called on to carry out the paternal intentions of His Majesty the Emperor and King and to co-operate with him for the public welfare
for the artisans are not, nor the multitude of those who are employed in inferior offices.
Young File was the workman-like footman; Old File was his father; Mill and Screw were the two sinister artisans.
For by them I perceived it to be possible to arrive at knowledge highly useful in life; and in room of the speculative philosophy usually taught in the schools, to discover a practical, by means of which, knowing the force and action of fire, water, air the stars, the heavens, and all the other bodies that surround us, as distinctly as we know the various crafts of our artisans, we might also apply them in the same way to all the uses to which they are adapted, and thus render ourselves the lords and possessors of nature.
It is true, indeed, as regards the experiments which may conduce to this end, that one man is not equal to the task of making them all; but yet he can advantageously avail himself, in this work, of no hands besides his own, unless those of artisans, or parties of the same kind, whom he could pay, and whom the hope of gain (a means of great efficacy) might stimulate to accuracy in the performance of what was prescribed to them.
Though artisans may not be able at once to execute the invention which is explained in the "Dioptrics," I do not think that any one on that account is entitled to condemn it; for since address and practice are required in order so to make and adjust the machines described by me as not to overlook the smallest particular, I should not be less astonished if they succeeded on the first attempt than if a person were in one day to become an accomplished performer on the guitar, by merely having excellent sheets of music set up before him.
The training of myself and the young Martians was conducted solely by the women, who not only attend to the education of the young in the arts of individual defense and offense, but are also the artisans who produce every manufactured article wrought by the green Martians.
He was a bookbinder, one of those educated artisans whom the revolutions of 1848 sent to us in great numbers.
A woman artisan from Bhara Kahu Deeba Rana said 'Ten years ago I had never picked a paint brush in my life but today I am a master artisan and teaching other rural girls how to be creative and become economically independent.
A woman artisan from Bhara Kahu said she was teaching her skill to new students and earning her livelihood.
TO MANY outside the world of golf, and indeed some within private golf clubs, the artisan movement belongs to distant times, something bordering on the class distinctions between masters and servants and totally out of place in the 21st century.
The Flight of Icarus: Artisan Autobiography in Early Modern Europe.