master vs mister

master mister

Definitions

  • 1) An old master.
  • 2) One who holds a master's degree.
  • 3) Used as a title for a man who serves as the head or presiding officer of certain societies, clubs, orders, or institutions.
  • 4) The owner of a slave.
  • 5) One that has control over another person, a group of persons, or a thing, especially.
  • 6) Used formerly as a title for a man holding a naval office ranking next below a lieutenant on a warship.
  • 7) Used as a courtesy title before the given or full name of a boy not considered old enough to be addressed as Mister.
  • 8) An original, such as an original document or audio recording, from which copies can be made.
  • 9) A worker qualified to teach apprentices and carry on the craft independently.
  • 10) An employer.
  • 11) One who is appointed to assist a court in the performance of certain legal functions, such as the taking of testimony and calculating damages in complex litigation.
  • 12) Archaic Used as a form of address for a man; mister.
  • 13) The captain of a merchant ship.
  • 14) Christianity Jesus.
  • 15) One who has control over or ownership of something.
  • 16) One whose teachings or doctrines are accepted by followers.
  • 17) A man who owns a pack of hounds or is the chief officer of a hunt.
  • 18) The man who serves as the head of a household.
  • 19) Used as a title for any of various male officers having specified duties concerning the management of the British royal household.
  • 20) An expert.
  • 21) A male teacher, schoolmaster, or tutor.
  • 22) An artist or performer of great and exemplary skill.
  • 23) The owner or keeper of an animal.
  • 24) One who defeats another; a victor.
  • 25) A man who acts out the role of the dominating partner in a sadomasochistic relationship.
  • 26) One who has another or others under his immediate control; a lord paramount or employer of slaves, vassals, domestic servants, workmen, or laborers, etc.; in law, specifically, one who has in his own right and by virtue of contract a legal personal authority over the services of another, such other being called his servant.
  • 27) A vessel with (a specified number of) masts: in composition: as, a three-master.
  • 28) A man who has authority; a man who exercises the chief control over something or some one; a paramount ruler, governor, or director.
  • 29) Specifically - A male teacher or instructor in a school, more especially the sole or head teacher; a schoolmaster.
  • 30) The navigator of a ship. In the merchant marine the master is the captain or commander. In men-of-war the navigator or sailing-master formerly had the specific title of master, and was a line-officer of the lowest rank. In the British navy his title is now navigating-lieutenant or staff-commander. In the United States navy he is now ranked as lieutenant (junior grade), between eusign and lieutenant, and is called the navigator.
  • 31) One charged with the care, direction, oversight, or control of some office, business, undertaking, or department: as, Master of the Rolls; a ship-, harbor-, or dock-master; master of the revels, ceremonies, etc.
  • 32) One who has the power of controlling or using at pleasure; an owner or proprietor; a disposer.
  • 33) Controlling all other parts of a mechanism.
  • 34) Being an original from which copies are made.
  • 35) Principal or predominant.
  • 36) Highly skilled or proficient.
  • 37) Of, relating to, or characteristic of a master.
  • 38) Tobeskilful;excel.
  • 39) To become very skilled in or knowledgeable about.
  • 40) To overcome or defeat.
  • 41) To produce a master copy of (an audio or video recording, for example).

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete Need (of something).
  • 2) Title conferred on an adult male.
  • 3) obsolete Someone's business or function; an occupation, employment, trade.
  • 4) obsolete Necessity; the necessary time.
  • 5) A device that makes or sprays mist.
  • 6) dialectal A kind, type of.
  • 7) obsolete, impersonal To be necessary; to matter.

Examples

  • 1) They have mastered the dark arts of spin.
  • 2) The nursery school had taught the old masters a lesson.
  • 3) Most then go on to do masters degrees then some specialise further after that.
  • 4) The master bedroom is on the second floor.
  • 5) It is difficult to master but the learning curve is forgiving.
  • 6) He quickly mastered the language and then worked for the Japanese civilian police as an interpreter.
  • 7) I am certainly not a master at this one.
  • 8) In this instance, a family committed to film, music and theatre has produced a master of landscape.
  • 9) All you can say is good luck to them, because as any data provider knows, banks are past masters when it comes to gaming the system.
  • 10) Once she had mastered the art of highlighting and deleting she was left with her first post.
  • 11) The telephones ring in empty houses from which masters and servants alike have gone.
  • 12) Most of us struggle to master one.
  • 13) Trieste is a past master at avoiding history.
  • 14) The master bedroom is not en suite.
  • 15) Now the apprentices are challenging the old master.
  • 16) The concentration involved in mastering the routines also exercises the brain and improves memory.
  • 17) The master tapes are still in the vaults somewhere.
  • 18) The world chess federation grand master claimed he was a victim of religious and disability discrimination.
  • 19) The mind games are under way and the master is winning.
  • 20) And he was completely the master of the political moment.
  • 21) We went on to discuss the rest of my master plan.
  • 22) Was man his own master and reason his only means of interpreting the world?
  • 23) He studied economics and accounting and took a master's degree in commerce.
  • 24) To make a new one, we had to produce a costly master mould.
  • 25) The computer contained four months of his work and the master copy of the producer's album.
  • 26) You knew I should not stir till my lord and master appeared.
  • 27) She's a brilliant artist, a complete master of the pencil.
  • 28) What General Meade wrote in May, “We must expect disaster so long as the armies are not under one master mind, ”32 Lincoln knew perfectly well, and gladly would he have devolved the military conduct of affairs on one man could he have found that “master mind” for whom he made a painful quest during almost two years.
  • 29) We were almost entire strangers to each other; for, when I knew him at the house of my old master, it was not as a _master_, but simply as "Captain Auld," who had married old master's daughter.
  • 30) The Colonization Society are always reminding us that the _master_ has rights as well as the slave: The Anti-Slavery Society urge us to remember that the _slave_ has rights as well as the master.
  • 31) -- "I am master of the children of the parish," said the man; "the children are masters of their mothers, the mothers are rulers of the fathers, and consequently _I am master_ of the whole parish."
  • 32) _master_ denotes a relation, that every relation has two terms, that consequently a man cannot be his own master any more than he can be his own father; and that, not owning himself, he may not destroy himself.
  • 33) _master_ to teach the performers is the very point where the matter sticks, there being no such person as a master among them.
  • 34) Horn was not unfamiliar with the phrase master plan.
  • 35) Now, before a sensitive, feeling reader gets bent out of shape by my use of the word master in this context, I think that an explanation is in order.
  • 36) His father, having grown up as the latest in a long line of sailors, earned the title master mariner when Addison was less than a year old.
  • 37) ‘The third type of government in the household is that of the lord over his slaves and the master over his servants…’
  • 38) ‘By 1640 the social structure of the island consisted of masters, servants, and slaves.’
  • 39) ‘The old law of master and servant saw the master as the head of the family.’
  • 40) ‘Buying them back from the master is disastrous, as it encourages the master to keep more slaves.’
  • 41) ‘Towns were also visited by plantation slaves, on their masters ' business or coming to sell the few vegetables and fruits they had managed to produce for market.’
  • 42) ‘They were simply awesome, quite the masters of the situation.’
  • 43) ‘But for the Prime Minister, usually the great master of these situations, it was close to a disaster.’
  • 44) ‘Last evening, the master of all situations difficult went for a walk to make tough decisions.’
  • 45) ‘Once masters of the situation, it is said, the zeal of those who promised reform mutated into a zeal to preserve their private wealth and that of their friends.’
  • 46) ‘Choice must be available, so that the photographer may remain master of the situation’
  • 47) ‘He asked me what my business was and I told him I had a letter of introduction for the master of the household.’
  • 48) ‘He was the independent master of a peasant household, whose position was protected by the king's law.’
  • 49) ‘He is a father, a master of household, a countryman, and hence a consummate member of a community.’
  • 50) ‘The head of the household was a master to whom all other members had to submit in exchange for his protection.’
  • 51) ‘In fact, young men needed willing women to assist them in assuming the status of household masters.’
  • 52) ‘In these stories, the horse accompanies his master through all kinds of hardships and danger.’
  • 53) ‘The forest was still and quiet; the horses watched their masters placidly.’
  • 54) ‘Even the animals knew their masters were excited, and were thus excited themselves.’
  • 55) ‘I glared at her, the glare a maddened trapped animal gives its master.’
  • 56) ‘They also went a good distance away from the horse and its master.’
  • 57) ‘The horse walked to his master, and Haiden mounted it the best he could without his vision.’
  • 58) ‘In all hunting cultures there is an owner; sometimes a master, but more often a mistress of the beasts.’
  • 59) ‘The owners are not masters, but companions, say the volunteers.’
  • 60) ‘They had slowed down a bit a while back, the horse perhaps sensing its master's grip was not as tight, or that he was not as attentive as usual.’
  • 61) ‘With one crack of his whip into the air, the horses followed their master's command and began their foot cadence once again.’
  • 62) ‘Remember also that the Guide Dog is a highly trained animal and will only heed the voice of his master.’
  • 63) ‘It swam round the boat until its master, leaning over the bow, caught the animal by its short stump of a tail.’
  • 64) ‘A little more leaning around the tree and I saw two white horses, grazing while their masters were still preoccupied.’
  • 65) ‘The young people looked at all the animals flying away, at the dogs that bit their masters and were surprised at their pet's behavior.’
  • 66) ‘But wild animals have been known to turn on their masters and well-intentioned defenders.’
  • 67) ‘A white horse taking to the air, with his master astride it and the groom hanging on to the tail, represents renunciation.’
  • 68) ‘The horse turned his head, regarding his master with confused eyes.’
  • 69) ‘The animals on the farm revolt against their master, Jones.’
  • 70) ‘The men were getting closer, and the poor horse couldn't carry her master.’
  • 71) ‘His master got on after him, gave the horse a gentle kick, and she trotted towards the path leading out of the village.’
  • 72) ‘The main advantage of the cluster is that the computation power depends on the number of computers one adds to the master machine.’
  • 73) ‘One device acts as a master and the devices connected to it act as slaves.’
  • 74) ‘Whenever a machine becomes master, it takes over the virtual server address and continues with its original.’
  • 75) ‘The master and slave devices are connected by a single address bus, a write data bus and a read data bus.’
  • 76) ‘They had to act according to the dictates of the political masters.’
  • 77) ‘The council's political masters would rather watch while the city chokes than get serious about exhaust fumes.’
  • 78) ‘Success depends on an identity of goals between soldiers and their political masters, and a clear chain of command.’
  • 79) ‘It's more like playing the game masters in a massive continuous role-playing session.’
  • 80) ‘It was my first time playing in an RPG, let alone being the game master for one.’
  • 81) ‘In French Indo-China, the Japanese kept the former colonial masters in nominal command.’
  • 82) ‘The vice-chairperson of the organising committee will be master of ceremonies.’
  • 83) ‘Promptly at 4: 15 p.m., we were instructed by master of ceremonies.’
  • 84) ‘The master of the public school said he was unable to make any further comment.’
  • 85) ‘When he protested his innocence, his schoolmates sided with the master.’
  • 86) ‘Look at him, walking around like he's the day master at a boarding school.’
  • 87) ‘He is the school's third master, a housemaster and its head of Christian Theology.’
  • 88) ‘All the cricketing vices for which prep school masters rebuke their charges were there.’
  • 89) ‘Although he was a languages teacher, he was originally taken on at the school as a PE master.’
  • 90) ‘He played the role throughout the series but his fellow pupils and the masters of Greyfriars School were portrayed by different actors during the show's long run.’
  • 91) ‘At high school he was lucky to have a great hockey enthusiast as his school master.’
  • 92) ‘Gone are the days when schools had masters, who commanded respect be it in the classroom or on the playing fields.’
  • 93) ‘The games master would insist on everyone rattling along the floor, pounding on the springboard and doing amazing acrobatics above the large wooden horse.’
  • 94) ‘From 1857 until 1865 he was mathematics master at Harrow School.’
  • 95) ‘Then from 1874 to 1892 he was mathematics and science master at Glasgow High School.’
  • 96) ‘Le Carré first met Green when the latter was chaplain and assistant master at Sherborne School, Dorset.’
  • 97) ‘To earn a living he became the art master in a school for young ladies in Liverpool.’
  • 98) ‘He noted that in most schools the art master was often not given much importance.’
  • 99) ‘There was famously, possibly apocryphally, a public school classics master who took early retirement to go and become a Masai wife.’
  • 100) ‘He heard some of the teachers and the academy master sorting through names.’
  • 101) ‘In 1884 he went to Lancing College as a sixth-form master, developing an interest in Roman epigraphy in his leisure.’
  • 102) ‘The master rattled off numbers at speed to be added, multiplied, etc and at the end hands shot up.’
  • 103) ‘The rogue gave the master of the college as referee, but in view of his story, the bank opened the account and collected the cheque without making enquiries.’
  • 104) ‘First there was a general interview at which the candidates were grilled by the master, dean, senior tutor, and fellows of the subject.’
  • 105) ‘He held the regius chair of Greek at Oxford for nearly 40 years and was master of Balliol College for more than 20 years.’
  • 106) ‘The essays have to be attested by the class teacher or the head masters of the respective school.’
  • 107) ‘The master's lodge is also scheduled for a makeover, likely to cost £500,000.’
  • 108) ‘This is an annual event, which is the result of what is considered to be the master of the lodge's annual charity appeal.’
  • 109) ‘He is very high up in the lodge, past Worshipful master.’
  • 110) ‘During the trip, Jones unexpectedly became the ship's master when its captain and first mate died suddenly.’
  • 111) ‘The master of the ship was in command at the time of the incident.’
  • 112) ‘A mariner emerges from the hatchway and climbs the rigging, while below the boatswain and ship's master are thrown about on deck.’
  • 113) ‘As dawn broke, with the master's consent, sailors from the ship boarded the vessel.’
  • 114) ‘The boatswain and master of the ship appear to say that it has been magically repaired and that the crew is safe.’
  • 115) ‘The master of the ship gives him a look of reproach, but says nothing.’
  • 116) ‘What the plaintiffs did then was to sue the purchasers of the indigo, which had been sold by the master of the ship, for the balance.’
  • 117) ‘He was now the master of three ships and employed over two-dozen individuals.’
  • 118) ‘The assured, if not present, would receive notice of the disaster from his agent, the master of the ship.’
  • 119) ‘Long ago masters of ships found it comforting to find such beacons of light in the darkness.’
  • 120) ‘They were able to swim down and then out of the hull to join eight other tourists and the yacht's master on the deck linking the hulls of the upturned craft.’
  • 121) ‘The term used here refers to the command of a ship's master to his men, or a military officer to his soldiers.’
  • 122) ‘The ship's master, observing this, remarked, ‘I would give a hundred guineas for the faith of that child’.’
  • 123) ‘When the passage was half over, I observed the ship's master in tears arguing with his men, which made me very uneasy.’
  • 124) ‘Three crew members, including the ship's master, are being questioned, according to a government statement.’
  • 125) ‘First, you are a ship's master called upon to rescue some 430 people in the Indian Ocean.’
  • 126) ‘Heather, who will work with three crew, qualified as a ship's master in 1979.’
  • 127) ‘Your Honour, there were two parties prosecuted in each case, the master of the ship and the owner of the ship.’
  • 128) ‘A large island was named Thistle's Island, after the ship's master and one of the eight drowned.’
  • 129) ‘Safety used to be a matter for the ship's master but he now has a computer programme in his office to alert him whenever a scheduled safety inspection is due on any of his boats.’
  • 130) ‘The poisoning of hounds forced half a dozen masters of packs of foxhounds to abandon hunting altogether, to the detriment of the local economy.’
  • 131) ‘They have been bred to be vicious and as proof I can look no further than a late relative of mine who was a master of the hounds.’
  • 132) ‘He said: ‘I have already had two fox hounds masters on the phone today to say it's a shabby deal.’’
  • 133) ‘I can't see any master of hounds wanting to keep a pack of animals when they are serving no purpose.’
  • 134) ‘The mens' horns sounded in triumph, and the master of hounds set his dogs baying.’
  • 135) ‘It seems to me that neither the master nor the deputy judge made any error of law.’
  • 136) ‘A master of the B.C. Supreme Court dismissed both these applications.’
  • 137) ‘She probably didn't appreciate that the master was without jurisdiction to make that order since her predecessor had obtained it.’
  • 138) ‘The trial master held that the plaintiff could not recover anything.’
  • 139) ‘All the judges and masters who have heard this say you are wrong and it seems to me that they are right.’
  • 140) ‘Strength, compassion, honor and skill elevate the practitioner to the master.’
  • 141) ‘The FBI agent is tough, smart, and a master of disguise.’
  • 142) ‘He is a master of disguise and concealment.’
  • 143) ‘The boy was a master of disguise; I could never see him until he was standing beside me, talking to me.’
  • 144) ‘He above all is a master of narrative, and these speeded-up interventions lend the tale an irregular pulse.’
  • 145) ‘He was a master of disguise who used walnut juice to change the colour of his skin and would contort his face to avoid recognition.’
  • 146) ‘He may be 40 this year, but he's also a master of disguise, an expert in the art of disappearing without trace.’
  • 147) ‘The play is a thriller about the talented Mr Tom Ripley who is a master of deceit and disguise.’
  • 148) ‘Which brings us back to the new album, in which the master of disguise exposes his true self at last.’
  • 149) ‘The Professor is a natural master at explaining, with great clarity, highly complex issues without losing the viewer.’
  • 150) ‘Yet Maugham was one of the great masters of clever narrative and construction, with a surprising range when it came to characters.’
  • 151) ‘It was indeed the activity of the geniuses, of the masters of their craft, that made the rules.’
  • 152) ‘It really is like camping out under the stars, said the master of the ancient craft.’
  • 153) ‘It attracted some of the most learned, and sometimes also the most arrogant scholars of doctrine and masters of ritual practice.’
  • 154) ‘I feel sure that the new generation of practitioners has no less talent than that of the great masters of the past.’
  • 155) ‘A knight should be skilled in all weapons but a master in at least two.’
  • 156) ‘Both have great natural charisma and both are masters at telling a story in the ring.’
  • 157) ‘I am far from a master, but given some of my natural abilities, I quickly rose through my apprenticeship.’
  • 158) ‘When he wants to be, he is a master of the macabre and a skilled technician of suspense.’
  • 159) ‘He was a diligent preparation type of coach who really was a master of the practice.’
  • 160) ‘There he studied with both Canova and Thorvaldsen, the leading masters of Neoclassical sculpture.’
  • 161) ‘All the collected works from the seven-week event are currently on show alongside masters like Marcel Duchamp and Salvador Dali.’
  • 162) ‘His watercolours, for instance, have been influenced by such masters as Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Henri Matisse.’
  • 163) ‘This year, visitors can enjoy works by Surrealist masters such as Andre Masson and Giacometti, as well as work by Picasso.’
  • 164) ‘Most musicians/artists aren't at the level of great masters of art, he admitted.’
  • 165) ‘He plans to specialize in such masters as Picasso, Warhol, Yves Klein and Sonia and Robert Delaunay.’
  • 166) ‘The figures of his angels are elongated, with wings stretched upward as if they were sculpted by the Gothic masters.’
  • 167) ‘The most notable of these artists is the master of French Impressionism Pierre-Auguste Renoir.’
  • 168) ‘He also challenged the earlier masters by painting portraits of local people over the original western works.’
  • 169) ‘He could have become a great master of Japanese printmaking of the Meiji era.’
  • 170) ‘The exhibition will also explore the influence of Venetian masters Titian and Tintoretto and will include work by Canaletto.’
  • 171) ‘To achieve it, he studied the work of the Japanese masters Utamaro and Hokusai.’
  • 172) ‘Especially famous are the work of such masters as Rembrandt van Rijn, Jan Vermeer, and Jacob van Ruisdael.’
  • 173) ‘She developed her early attraction to painting after discovering the Renaissance masters during a childhood trip to Italy.’
  • 174) ‘Below the grand galleries and displays of old and modern masters, the Royal Academy is investing in a new generation of artists.’
  • 175) ‘They were consummate musicians and masters of their instruments, and the listener is in very good hands with these gentlemen.’
  • 176) ‘Two separate exhibitions focus on the drawings and oil sketches of the Flemish master.’
  • 177) ‘The Golden Age produced the works of Rembrandt, Vermeer and other Dutch masters.’
  • 178) ‘For example, in the 18th century, there was a trend to paint works as similar as possible to those of the earlier masters.’
  • 179) ‘It featured more than 250 works by 20 masters drawn from the museum's extensive holdings.’
  • 180) ‘All the young chess masters have been coached by titled players and most began regular instruction of one or two hours per week soon after learning the game.’
  • 181) ‘Many of the greatest masters have recommended that chess should be studied from the endgame.’
  • 182) ‘Did the old chess masters know something the modern champions don't?’
  • 183) ‘If you wish to be a chess master, at least a basic understanding of most openings is called for.’
  • 184) ‘Similar to chess masters, analysts look for convergent lines to indicate the possibility of attack.’
  • 185) ‘It turned out that year's masters was the most enjoyable tournament I have ever played.’
  • 186) ‘He led the masters that year as well, but so far this season has missed the cut in both the masters and US Open.’
  • 187) ‘He recorded 17.09 as he broke both the British and European masters records in this event.’
  • 188) ‘At issue was a possible protest at the club where the masters will be played next April.’
  • 189) ‘The Embassy World Championship and the masters will remain separate from the main tour.’
  • 190) ‘He is a graduate of UH with master's degrees in Pacific Studies and History.’
  • 191) ‘Some had master's and doctorate degrees, and some were Party members.’
  • 192) ‘The number of researchers has doubled, and a larger proportion now have master's degrees and doctorates.’
  • 193) ‘Higher education is defined as involving programs that award bachelor's, master's or doctorate degrees.’
  • 194) ‘Although she desired a good job, Lin knew that she was not as competent as graduates with bachelor's and master's degrees.’
  • 195) ‘Graduate study typically refers to programs that award master's or doctorate degrees.’
  • 196) ‘He has a law degree and a master's degree in classical studies from Columbia University.’
  • 197) ‘He received his bachelor's degree, master's degree and Ph.D. from Stanford University.’
  • 198) ‘My department offers bachelor's and master's degrees but not a doctorate.’
  • 199) ‘Most of them possessed master's degrees, and a few had earned their doctorates.’
  • 200) ‘At the early age of fourteen he graduated with the degree of master of law.’
  • 201) ‘He spent six years at the university before graduating with a master's degree in physics.’
  • 202) ‘He holds double bachelors and master's degrees and has an extensive background of teaching and publishing.’
  • 203) ‘You will need more than a bachelor's, master's or Ph.D. degree to be successful in the new millennium.’
  • 204) ‘The instructor was a registered nurse who had master's degree preparation.’
  • 205) ‘I attended Oxford, and graduated with a master's degree in liberal arts.’
  • 206) ‘Both men are currently pursuing master's degrees in preparation for future careers outside the church.’
  • 207) ‘So he became a full-time student to get a master's degree in finance.’
  • 208) ‘She holds bachelor's and master's degrees in piano performance and pedagogy.’
  • 209) ‘After completing his degree in Mechanical Engineering, he took a masters degree and doctorate in engineering in Canada.’
  • 210) ‘Vaughn is currently in graduate school pursuing a master's in business administration.’
  • 211) ‘Lorenzo has a master's in communications from Boston University.’
  • 212) ‘Corliss has a bachelor's degree from Saint Joseph's College in Philadelphia and a master's in film studies from Columbia University.’
  • 213) ‘Since graduating from the University of Ulster with a master's in 1999 he has had numerous exhibitions in Ireland and London.’
  • 214) ‘After the Olympics, I hope to attend graduate school and complete a master's in education.’
  • 215) ‘He completed his BFA in Manitoba and was accepted to do his master's at Ohio State University.’
  • 216) ‘He grew up in New Jersey and did his master's in Virginia and then stayed on to work at NASA Langley.’
  • 217) ‘Some took the educational route, often majoring in political science or some related field, then attending law school or taking a master's in public affairs.’
  • 218) ‘I went to Boston University for my master's in communications without any real idea of what I was going to do.’
  • 219) ‘I wanted to work on my own films, so I began work on my master's at Concordia.’
  • 220) ‘My master's thesis looks at the careers of Antonio Brico, Margaret Hillis, and Sarah Caldwell, three women conductors whose careers started in the early to mid 20th Century.’
  • 221) ‘The two-campus program will give students bachelor's degree training as well as "the required foundation to pursue master's and doctoral studies in nursing," the statement said.’
  • 222) ‘When I learned of the chance, I decided to study abroad, finishing my master's at a French university where I could hone my new skill.’
  • 223) ‘Chia is currently pursuing a master's in developmental studies in The Netherlands.’
  • 224) ‘Schoeman averaged 92,79 % throughout her years of study, and her master's thesis was described by two overseas academics as of "PhD standard".’
  • 225) ‘Young master John, please to understand it is not wise to disrespect and interrupt your elders if you wish to benefit from their knowledge and wisdom.’
  • 226) ‘Bronte depicts young master John Reed as virtually a paradigm of the Victorian bad boy, wallowing in gluttony, sadism, and a host of other deadly sins.’
  • 227) ‘But I'd look between the benches at young master Charles on the playing field and think, that's where I should be.’
  • 228) ‘master Charles readily assented to his mother's proposal, and proceeded at once to the smoke-house to let Maria out.’
  • 229) ‘The quality is also poor because the transfer was taken from a tape master rather than the original 35 mm print.’
  • 230) ‘The transfers are as good as they can be, given the state of the video master tapes these were culled from.’
  • 231) ‘The soundtrack master seems to have been in good shape, as there is little trace of any kind of background distortions or hiss.’
  • 232) ‘Much less, don't be offended if they take the master tapes home and record over them.’
  • 233) ‘The final step is to transfer from the MiniDV master tape to VHS using the camcorder's phono outputs.’
  • 234) ‘All the episodes are taken from original video masters, and now and then you notice some video noise or interference from their age.’
  • 235) ‘But the NFB gave me the opportunity to make new masters of all of my films, so I went in with a colourist to make them visually perfect.’
  • 236) ‘She admits that she has misplaced the masters of some of her earliest films and welcomes the new requirement.’
  • 237) ‘Make sure to send the master because making a copy lowers the video quality so much that a company will automatically reject it.’
  • 238) ‘The videos all look fairly good, as if derived from the original masters.’
  • 239) ‘I do not fault BFS Video for this, as the aforementioned problems seem to stem from the original master.’
  • 240) ‘Most of their tapes are masters from Japan so you get the best audio and video quality.’
  • 241) ‘The Sydney-based production company was willing to dub episodes from the masters, but only at a prohibitive cost.’
  • 242) ‘Carrying sufficient spatial resolution and bit depth in the digital master to meet foreseeable uses comes at some cost.’
  • 243) ‘They also want to own your master recordings and copyrights forever.’
  • 244) ‘The final activities prior to pressing the master disc were completed during this phase.’
  • 245) ‘When she had reached the third grade at school, her teacher, a master painter, noticed her remarkable drawing skill.’
  • 246) ‘A well thatched roof into which has gone the skill of a master craftsman can last for 50 years or even more depending on the pitch of the roof and where in the country it is.’
  • 247) ‘Many bone items would be very cheap to make, since they utilised a material that would otherwise be thrown away and did not need the skills of a master craftsman.’
  • 248) ‘Palau has long been a site of research in marine biology, building upon the scientific skills of Palauan master fishermen.’
  • 249) ‘He combines the skills of a master dramatist with a social conscience and a tremendous sense of how to engage young people in live theatre.’
  • 250) ‘He tells the tale of the precocious and gifted son of master court painter, who grows up illiterate but an exceptionally brilliant painter.’
  • 251) ‘The colour concepts in the latest collection are rich and saturate the eye like the works of the Impressionist master painter Monet.’
  • 252) ‘Wielding his blade like a master painter, his palette holds only one colour, and that is crimson.’
  • 253) ‘Under the tutelage of master painters, amateurs get to learn how to give shape to their creativity.’
  • 254) ‘Like a master painter, he uses each element as much as needed- and in the right places.’
  • 255) ‘When a master painter would gaze upon a supposed masterpiece of his amateur years he would spit upon it.’
  • 256) ‘After his journeyman years, which took him as far as Venice, he registered as a master painter in Augsburg in 1534.’
  • 257) ‘The exhibition also features art works from master painters such as Picasso, Chagall, Rembrandt and Miro.’
  • 258) ‘The one highway is the river, hence the Saramaka are expert canoeists and master canoe-builders.’
  • 259) ‘The prose is taut and beautifully crafted, the story is woven with the intricate expertise of a master craftsman.’
  • 260) ‘During the six weeks they will also get master classes from experts, to help them with their competition entry.’
  • 261) ‘However, this is still a very moving work by a master filmmaker and a performer with skills to match.’
  • 262) ‘While not a master tactician, he occasionally displayed flashes of brilliance.’
  • 263) ‘He has also claimed to be a master hacker himself, in addition to being a financial wizard.’
  • 264) ‘There are few master tailors around these days.’
  • 265) ‘I can't think of a finer person to have taught me the sport-he was a master technician who had a real knack for dealing with kids.’
  • 266) ‘You don't need to be a master carpenter, but some basic skills and basic tools are necessary.’
  • 267) ‘Our country has the pride of having master craftsmen who carve out exquisite products with their deft hands.’
  • 268) ‘In this way, the book is only practical for the master carpenter but perhaps not the apprentice.’
  • 269) ‘We have neglected vocational training, which can be given only in the workplace by experienced master craftsmen.’
  • 270) ‘I scored the first victory of the weekend by claiming the master bedroom - a sumptuous affair with a bay window and a lovely view of the river.’
  • 271) ‘The master bedroom is ensuite and has a walk-in wardrobe with shelves.’
  • 272) ‘On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite shower room and balcony, and a second bedroom/study.’
  • 273) ‘A circular whirlpool tub takes spotlight in the splendid master bathroom, facing the huge walk-in shower.’
  • 274) ‘The master bathroom alone was larger than some apartments I've lived in.’
  • 275) ‘I've added this season's performances to my master list of my 50 favorite performances.’
  • 276) ‘There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a spa-like master suite with a steam shower.’
  • 277) ‘Straight ahead is the master bath, which separates the master bedroom on the left and the guest room/study on the right.’
  • 278) ‘The master brake cylinder is now made of aluminum - better overall quality.’
  • 279) ‘There is also room for eight guests in the four ensuite cabins, including a master stateroom and VIP bedroom.’
  • 280) ‘Treatment strategies for asthma include daily self-management that relies on acquiring and mastering specific knowledge and skills.’
  • 281) ‘It was a time when creating a role meant believing in the art rather than simply mastering the technique.’
  • 282) ‘His technique of completely mastering a topic before drawing it allowed for this high level of demonstrative skill.’
  • 283) ‘Besides exercising, you need to learn to master the art of relaxing mentally and not worry about everything around you.’
  • 284) ‘Some of them possess the skills of astute politicians, and others have mastered the art of the political game.’
  • 285) ‘The level of skill and courage needed to master the dangerous art of skateboarding at its highest level is truly awesome.’
  • 286) ‘A student must pass 10 levels of the training programme to master the art.’
  • 287) ‘Since there is so much to learn, they often feel it is a waste of time to master any one subject or skill.’
  • 288) ‘He studied his opponents, learned their moves and dedicated himself to mastering the techniques necessary to stop them.’
  • 289) ‘Artists and craftsmen learn and master the techniques of their craft and pass on the traditions to their sons and daughters.’
  • 290) ‘Everyone's goal is to learn and master this martial art as far as possible.’
  • 291) ‘As with most photographic techniques, mastering the technique is the easy part.’
  • 292) ‘The people that dwelled here 8,000 years ago had learned to irrigate the land by means of canals and ditches, and had mastered the arts of agriculture.’
  • 293) ‘For instance, a career in classical music is available to only a few privileged individuals; most people do not have the leisure to devote their lives to mastering the musical arts.’
  • 294) ‘Without mastering the basic techniques before adding new ones, it's impossible to really practise well.’
  • 295) ‘Alex can ride the unicycle, lie on a bed of nails, spin plates, juggle, deliver gags and is now mastering the art of puppetry.’
  • 296) ‘No other society has mastered this art as well as we have.’
  • 297) ‘He was a wonderful architect and builder of fiction, who had mastered the art of the novel through years of sustained writing.’
  • 298) ‘A 15-year-old girl would be tattooed on the cheeks when she had mastered the art of weaving.’
  • 299) ‘There's always a new skill to be mastered or a new technique to be learned.’
  • 300) ‘Personality explores what it is that makes us who we are and uncovers the universal battle to master our emotions and control our behaviour.’
  • 301) ‘I'm not sure if you'll find an easy answer: mastering control of your dreams enough to wake up at will may be a skill that takes a while to learn.’
  • 302) ‘Humans then have a God given right to control and master nature.’
  • 303) ‘At the same time, she says that mastering anxiety and fear by going through with the thing you're afraid of is a very powerful part of the thrill.’
  • 304) ‘How he completed those missions, and mastered his fear, is the story he has set out to tell.’
  • 305) ‘She threw her hands up in joy when she managed to master it.’
  • 306) ‘I still don't like doing it and have to psych myself up to it but I am starting to master the fear.’
  • 307) ‘Even people outside of these niches would have something to gain by mastering this device.’
  • 308) ‘The majority of Asian cultures regard man as part of nature and believe that man should not try to overcome or master nature but should learn to adapt to it harmoniously.’
  • 309) ‘But he was mastered by his fears and Lee's relentless aggressiveness, and his promising campaign came to nothing.’
  • 310) ‘Jack and Mike laughed out loud at his reaction, watched as he unsuccessfully tried to master his fear and loathing.’
  • 311) ‘He'd insisted that the best way to master one's fears was to confront them.’
  • 312) ‘I sighed heavily, relived that he was not ill, but now trying to master a new fear.’
  • 313) ‘Soldiers need to be sensitized to the effects of fear and have tools to master their fears.’
  • 314) ‘I managed to master the impulse as I watched my drama friends do awesome in the first half of the first act.’
  • 315) ‘In a sense, change is a sacred event that can be welcomed by the therapist, but not mastered or controlled.’
  • 316) ‘You get a special hug if you guess who masters his fears and helps solve the puzzle.’
  • 317) ‘Not only did they master the elements but they showed some beautiful ball control in the process.’
  • 318) ‘This is an integral part of the perspective to overcome class antagonisms and enable the working class to master society.’
  • 319) ‘The good news is that once you master your emotions, you can gain an edge.’
  • 320) ‘Georgie also called on Robyn to master the recording.’
  • 321) ‘I wish someone would properly master this recording so that I can truly judge the overall quality.’
  • 322) ‘The sound is also strong, with most of the films mastered in either Dolby 5.1 surround or stereo.’
  • 323) ‘First, the films appear to have been mastered off of a Beta source.’
  • 324) ‘The Dolby Digital sound is well mastered free of any distortion or hiss while the voices stay focused in the front channel.’
  • 325) ‘Here, Bruegel depicted a four-master and two three-masters anchored near a fortified island capped by a lighthouse.’
  • 326) ‘Technically speaking, a three master is a full-rigged ship.’

Examples

  • 1) You'll back off if you know what's good for you, mister, otherwise you're gonna get hurt.
  • 2) On the way down to the disco, Tillie'd said Andy's `A Telegraph, mister.
  • 3) `You got us mixed up with somebody else, mister ," said Frank with the same accent.
  • 4) The word mister, as a prefix, or the word esquire, as a suffix, seemed a superfluity.
  • 5) The word mister sounded sharply, yet not unpleasingly, to my ear: it was the first time I had been so designated or so dignified.
  • 6) Princess, Captain Falk's unwarrantable insult to Davie Paine -- it seems incongruous to call him "mister" -- was to play its part later in events that as yet were only gathering way.
  • 7) "No, not 'mister' -- just 'Jan,'" he answered, adopting her pronunciation.
  • 8) He’s the only trustee I called mister, but just because he was formal didn’t mean he wasn’t human.
  • 9) I'm not able to get through right away so I take a breath and call the mister and do my best to let him know that I still have all my digits but there is a lot of blurd and I want to be sure so can he come home and gimme a ride?
  • 10) The mister was a tanker with the 3/64 at Conn, but he spent a lot of time at Ledward working in the post office.
  • 11) ‘You can't get away with changing the subject mister!’
  • 12) ‘And mister, if you don't smarten up you'll end up just like her.’
  • 13) ‘I may be pregnant but I will get up and kick your butt mister.’
  • 14) ‘Another voice could be heard that was even louder, ‘You don't have to like my decision mister but you will have to live with it!’
  • 15) ‘Hold your tongue mister, you're going to say something stupid.’
  • 16) ‘"Well mister," she said, pointing her fork at him.’
  • 17) ‘Well mister, we won't be having any of that.’
  • 18) ‘‘My memory has just been sold’ - well, boo-hoo, mister!’
  • 19) ‘Well, I'm sorry, mister, but I've been a Frank Zappa fan since before you were even wearing diapers, okay?’
  • 20) ‘You just wait until you have problems fitting into your tux, mister.’
  • 21) ‘That's my wife you're talking about, mister.’
  • 22) ‘She'd march him down the street to some secret bunker and shove his nose into a nuclear bomb and say, ‘Uh, huh, and what do you call this, mister?’’
  • 23) ‘I think you've been reading too many Tom Clancy novels, mister.’
  • 24) ‘Rabbits, which find the knee-high orchard grass perfectly hospitable habitat, have also presented problems, particularly since they have shown a penchant for the spaghetti tubing that connects the irrigation hose to the misters.’
  • 25) ‘And I carry a small spray bottle - a mister - to hydrate my face and eyes.’
  • 26) ‘Blend a cup of cold water with 12 drops of jasmine essential oil, put the mix in a spray bottle with a fine mister, and spritz your lower legs before you go to sleep.’
  • 27) ‘After planting, soak the bottom of the container in a pan of water until the surface is wet or spray with a mister until well-watered.’
  • 28) ‘I recommend a plant sprayer / mister rather than a water pistol, unless you really need to intervene at a distance.’
  • 29) ‘The exhaust pipe was very hot, so I sprayed it with the mister I use for my seedlings to dry to cool it down.’
  • 30) ‘Also use a pebble tray or spray plants often with a mister to increase humidity.’
  • 31) ‘If you do not have time or do not need to wash your hair, just dampening it slightly with a mister or wet comb should do the trick.’
  • 32) ‘In warm weather a mister will be attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies too!’
  • 33) ‘He poured the entire liquid contents into a small mister and smiled.’
  • 34) ‘A fun way to make sure your bird gets his regular shower is to use a mister.’
  • 35) ‘Use a mister for larger planter boxes with the same method that you used with the drippers.’
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