Definition of Stylers
1. styler [n] - See also: styler
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stylers
Literary usage of Stylers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Art in Industry by Charles Russell Richards (1922)
"In four cases the stylers, who are the How DESIGNS ARE proprietors, ... These stylers were all developed in the industry. In three of the firms, however, ..."
2. Art in Industry: Being the Report of an Industrial Art Survey Conducted by Charles Russell Richards, University of the State of New York (1922)
"Other stylers report that their inspiration is gained from observing smart people on ... All of the persons corresponding to stylers were developed through ..."
3. The Wool Industry: Commercial Problems of the American Woolen and Worsted by Paul Terry Cherington (1916)
"By hiring stylers of their own to work in conjunction with these small cutters, these stores have been able to shift a large part of their purchases from ..."
4. The Golden Guess: Essays on Poetry and the Poets by John Vance Cheney (1891)
"We cannot help feeling that the old-stylers are right in the opinion that certain things in this mutable world are pretty well fixed, after all; among them, ..."
5. Landscapes of La Palma and El Hierro: A Countryside Guide by Noel Rochford (2003)
"Climbing slopes clad with almond trees, you pass through picturesque Las Tricias* (113km), a retreat for 'alternative life-stylers'. ..."