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Tailors were often called "snips", "bodkins", "thimbles", "shreds", "stitches" [ sic ], and "geese" (referring to the tailor's "goose" or iron). In William Shakespeare's plays, a tailor was variously called a "thread", a "thimble", and a "rag".

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