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Definition of Ladler
1. one that ladles [n -S] - See also: ladles
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Literary usage of Ladler
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1. The Correspondence of John Cosin, D.D., Lord Bishop of Durham: Together with by John Cosin (1872)
"Tomorrow sennight (as is yet resolved) his Highness is to take his journey for Oxford. LXV.—THE ANSWER OF JOHN ladler*, CLERKE, RECTOR OF GATESHEAD, ..."
2. Diseases of occupation and vocational hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"... ladler of metal for stereotyping, and a Government clerk, all of whom suffered from this complaint; the first could not use his hammer, the second his ..."
3. Glass Manufacture by Walter Rosenhain (1919)
"From the furnace opening the ladler, generally aided by a boy, runs the full ladle to the rolling table and there empties the ladle upon the ..."
4. Practical Cold Storage: The Theory, Design and Construction of Buildings and by Madison Cooper (1914)
"The ladler. takes the miscellaneous "farmers," "dairy," ... The ladler makes his profit in intelligent grading and in the increase of weight by ..."
5. Practical Cold Storage: The Theory, Design and Construction of Buildings and by Madison Cooper (1905)
"The ladler takes the miscellaneous "farmers," "dairy," "store" or "packing ... The ladler makes his profit in intelligent grading and in the increase of ..."