And the latest contribution, just published, is A Wilderness of Error by Errol Morris, who comes to the same conclusion as potter.
I still think your potter film, Harry potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, is the best one.
The English potter and ceramist Josiah Wedgwood loved the meander.
Even better, and potter may not have intended this, watching on DVD lets you choose which actors to follow.
Truth be told, the potter books were worth losing a little sleep over.
We heard "The potter thumping his wet clay" and stopped and watched.
So, it all depends on the contents with which the potter fills his jugs and pipkins, I assure you.
Green's account was the exact counterpart of Mrs. potter's, and I was puzzled to account for this new move.
Roma swallowed something in her throat and said: "Who was it, General potter?"
The oldest representation of the potter's wheel yet discovered is in one of the paintings at Beni-Hassan.
"maker of pots" (they also sometimes doubled as bell-founders), late Old English pottere "potter," reinforced by Old French potier "potter," agent noun from root of pot (n.1). As a surname from late 12c. Potter's field (1520s) is Biblical, a ground where clay suitable for pottery was dug, later purchased by high priests of Jerusalem as a burying ground for strangers, criminals, and the poor (Matt. xxvii:7). An older Old English word for "potter" was crocwyrhta "crock-wright."
"occupy oneself in a trifling way," 1740, earlier "to poke again and again" (1520s), frequentative of obsolete verb poten "to push, poke," from Old English potian "to push" (see put (v.)). Sense of "occupy oneself in a trifling way" is first recorded 1740. Related: Pottered; pottering.