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Carver, 1) sculptor: “so much the more our --'s excellence,” Wint. V, 3, 30.
2) In the passage of R2 II, 3, 144: be his own c. and cut out his way, there is a combination of various significations: one who provides for himself; one who indulges his passions; and one who cuts his way.
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