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occupation — “A man of any,” JULIUS CAESAR, i. 2. 265. A mechanic. (So Johnson explains the words; but Mr. Craik suspects that they mean more than that—he does not add what; and Mr. Grant White queries if they signify “a man of action, a busy man.”)

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