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work made of iron (gratings or rails or railings etc)

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has agreed to acquire Albert Lea, Minnesota-based industrial ironworking tool maker Edwards Manufacturing, the company said.
P&GJ: What made you get into the ironworking field?
The No 1 Smithery, formerly for ironworking, has seen the recent addition of the Maritime Treasures gallery.
If we accept the traditional date of Isaiah as the pre-Exilic era, we will have evidence of solid progress in ironworking by the seventh-eighth centuries BCE.
Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013's median wage for ironworking was $46,140 and the agency forecasted it would expand 22% per year for the next five years.
These often ornately crafted implements remind us of a time when Britain was a hive of ironworking activity, producing frameworks for landmark buildings and bridges worldwide.
As a single parent I busted my ass to see to it that he and his sister would have the money they needed for college and ironworking wasn't part of the plan.
Original Ironworking, Curtis Ray Landers, 5549 Northwest Drive, Bellingham, WA 98226.
Students who get a one-year certificate in ironworking from Saint Paul College, for example, started at an average annual salary of $37,693.
Among the topics are early post-glacial Palaeolithic flintwork, Late Neolithic to Early Bronze Age pottery, ironworking slag, Roman-British small finds, and post-Medieval clay tobacco pipe and glass.
Hailing from the best in metalworking and ironworking educational programmes, Les Compagnons du Devoir for instance, most of them have completed their French Tour, in keeping with the purest craftsmanship tradition.
While postindustrialism has been characterized by the relatively recent relocation and outsourcing of many forms of mid-century industries such as steel- and ironworking and automobile manufacture/assembly, it should be noted that these types of manual labor have traditionally been associated with blue-collar male bodies.
A: We also do memorials, such as the Local 7 Dorchester Ironworking Memorial, and the Major Taylor Memorial at the Worcester Public Library.
Then there's also steel and ironworking, pin-making, fustian cutting, velvet-making, cottonmilling, glass-blowing and even shipbuilding.
The visitor centre has information on wildlife, plus displays on the industrial past of the Churnet Valley, which includes ironworking, mining, lime kilns and flint mills.