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Use "muleteers" in a sentence
"Grandfathers still remember the days when people hired arrieros (muleteers) with their mules or donkeys to carry their harvested corn, beans, or grains from the field to market."
"In the morning and even in the afternoon the maids and servants, the coachmen, the attendants, blacks, and mulattos all drink it; it is so common that even the muleteers, shoemakers, officials and all classes of people use it in the afternoon and in the morning. 81"
"By day the Ostia Road was crowded with carts and muleteers, carrying to the great city the silks and spices of the East, the marble of Asia Minor, the timber of the Atlas, the grain of Africa and Egypt -- and the carts brought nothing out but loads of dung."