Definition of Swagers

1. swager [n] - See also: swager



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Literary usage of Swagers

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1. History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania and Its Centennial Celebration by Joseph Henderson Bausman (1904)
"swagers, Tolbert, captured at Plymouth, April 30, 1864. Stanley, John. ... swagers, Joseph, died, Sept. 6, 1863. Thompson, William. Thompson, Chas. ..."

2. Handbook to the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle by Bowes Museum, Owen Stanley Scott (1893)
"Landscape with river ; ships in François swagers (b. 1756, d. the distance 1836). Signed. 542. ... François swagers (I). 1756, d. 1836). Signed. 544. ..."

3. Report. 1873/74-1874/75; 1885-1928/30 by Connecticut Bureau of Labor Statistics (1901)
"swagers — TORRINGTON. Owing to dissatisfaction over a new scale of prices proposed by the management at the works of The Excelsior Needle Company, ..."

4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1886)
"Along the grassy ridges of these inland mountains and in the recesses of such a little-known district as swagers' Hoek the sportsman can still find ..."

5. History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania and Its Centennial Celebration by Joseph Henderson Bausman (1904)
"swagers, Tolbert, captured at Plymouth, April 30, 1864. Stanley, John. Stein, Joseph T. swagers, Henry. Stewart, Robert, died, Oct. —, 1861. ..."

6. Handbook to the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle by Bowes Museum, Owen Stanley Scott (1893)
"Landscape with river ; ships in François swagers (b. 1756, d. the distance 1836). Signed. 542. ... François swagers (I). 1756, d. 1836). Signed. 544. ..."

7. Report. 1873/74-1874/75; 1885-1928/30 by Connecticut Bureau of Labor Statistics (1901)
"swagers — TORRINGTON. Owing to dissatisfaction over a new scale of prices proposed by the management at the works of The Excelsior Needle Company, ..."

8. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1886)
"Along the grassy ridges of these inland mountains and in the recesses of such a little-known district as swagers' Hoek the sportsman can still find ..."

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