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a craftsman skilled in building with bricks

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The bricklayer came and pulled up a great many bricks, but found nothing amiss; so he put down some lime and charged the master five shillings, and the smell in my box was as bad as ever.
He did not long remain a bricklayer, however, for he could not endure the life, and next we find him a soldier in the Netherlands.
That is why on September 8, 2015, the Executive Board of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) voted unanimously to endorse Secretary Clinton as BAC's candidate for President of the United States.
Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire apprentice Shane Pearson, who works at the homebuilder's Scholars Rise development in Middlesbrough, was recently awarded the Guild of Bricklayers award.
The problem is the average age of bricklayers is going up, and it's difficult to attract new young people to the trade.
THE increasing shortages of bricks and bricklayers will threaten future house building plans, says the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
THE increasing shortage of skilled workers, particularly bricklayers, threatens to undermine growth in the Welsh construction sector, warns the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) Wales.
Results from the Federation of Master Builders' latest State of Trade Survey for Q4 2014 show small construction firms are experiencing particular difficulties recruiting carpenters, joiners and bricklayers.
A BRICKIE shortage time bomb could explode in the face of the recovering construction sector with nearly half of Welsh firms struggling to recruit skilled bricklayers.
Mitchell Nokes and Sasha Simone don't know each other, but they both happen to live in Birmingham and work as bricklayers.
The latest UK Construction Market Survey from property sector body RICS revealed that the shortage of bricklayers reached a record high, A total of 64 per cent of respondents reported that workloads in the commercial sector had grown in the fourth quarter of 2014, which is the fifth consecutive quarter where the reading for workloads has been above 50 per cent.
The funds raised will support programmes to address shortages of trained bricklayers by promoting bricklaying apprenticeships to school leavers and bricklayers, and assisting apprentices to complete their training.
WARWICKSHIRE College student Max ompson is oY=cially the best at bricklaying in the West Midlands af-ing after winning the regional Guild of Bricklayers junior competition.
Bricklayers build and repair walls, chimney stacks, tunnel linings and decorative stonework such as archways.
Dean Jones, an apprentice bricklayer, won the regional final of the annual Guild of Bricklayers Junior Contest, held at The College Ystrad Mynach.