With some superglue from Hobby Lobby and some wood from conestoga, you can build yourself one heck of a dangerous slippery slope.
Hobby Lobby and conestoga Wood are trying to evade this requirement by creating a new category of faith—corporate religion.
The owners of Hobby Lobby and conestoga Wood cannot be allowed to impose their religious beliefs on their employees.
conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation A Pennsylvania-based wood cabinet and specialty products manufacturer.
conestoga Wood, which makes wood cabinets, is owned by conservative Mennonites.
In front of the building three conestoga wagons with stout mule teams stood ready.
It was inferior to the conestoga wagon in detail and equipments.
Its fall, immediately beside the conestoga, blocked Steve's window.
Others leaped overboard, some being drowned and some rescued through the efforts of the conestoga which was lying near.
conestoga waggons crowded on the Alleghanies, teams fell down precipices and perished, but the tide pushed madly on.
1690s, name of an Indian tribe in southcentral Pennsylvania, probably from some Iroquoian language and sometimes said to mean "people of the cabin pole;" later a place in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A characteristic type of covered wagon, called Conestoga wagon, was built there from 1750 (about three years before the last of the Conestoga Indians were massacred), but it already was an established term, as the first reference is to the name of a Philadelphia tavern, and probably originally meant the type of wagon farmers used on the road from the city to Conestoga. Also a breed of horses (1824) and a type of boot and cigar (see stogie).