Examples from the Web for maker
But Lundbeck, the Danish maker of Nembutal, no longer sells the drug to U.S. prisons.
With the success of Frozen and the acquisition of Maker, perhaps Disney is beginning to see the Web 2.0 light.
Thus were Lockett and Warner set to meet their maker Tuesday night.
The maker of LYMErix™ tossed in the towel despite no compelling scientific evidence showing any problem with vaccine.
Last week, King Digital Entertainment, the maker of Candy Crush, went public in a splashy initial public offering.
John Mason was a maker about 1760, and his father, Timothy Mason, was a clockmaker before him.Chats on Old Clocks|Arthur Hayden
My property imposes upon me many duties, which can only be known to my Maker.
Always use the kind of electrodes recommended by the maker of the lamp.Motion Picture Operation, Stage Electrics and Illusions|Henry C. Horstmann
These are under the direct control of the maker and for them he alone is responsible.Outlines of Dairy Bacteriology, 8th edition|H. L. Russell
Evil does not belong originally to the constitution of man, nor has God, his maker, introduced it.The Parables of Our Lord|William Arnot
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Word Origin and History for maker
c.1300, "one who makes," also "God as creator," agent noun from make (v.). Specifically, "manufacturer" by late 14c. To meet (one's) maker "die" is attested by 1814.