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Synonyms for shoemaking

the shoemaker's trade

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The sole owner of Liiza Shoe Maker, Salatiel's dream of making shoes started way back in 1995 while working at Etosha Fishing in Walvis Bay.
a contract Taiwanese shoe maker operating in China, is actively exploring domestic brand market there.
My dad was a shoe maker and my mum was a housewife.
A FRENCH luxury shoe maker has lost a round in its court battle against a rival it claims unfairly copied its line of women's shoes with red soles.
SKELMERSDALE shoe maker, Hotter Comfort Concept, has launched a limited edition, Royal Shoe to celebrate the forthcoming wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.
A mere four percent on people living in the United Arab Emirates walk on a weekly basis, a new study by an international shoe maker has found.
O) posted a quarterly profit that narrowly missed Wall Street estimates, hurt by higher costs, but the shoe maker raised its outlook for full-year revenue.
The exhibition focuses on six ordinary people who went on to live extraordinary lives such as painter Michalis Kashialos who started his adult life as a shoe maker.
apparel and shoe maker seeks a larger presence in the global soccer market ahead of the next World Cup.
The London-based group has already invested in the Wagamama restaurant chain and Jimmy Choo, the luxury shoe maker.
Cynthia King, a dance teacher in Brooklyn, could not find affordable non-leather ballet slippers, so she found a renowned local dance shoe maker to create a line for her and her students.
the $12 billion athletic shoe and clothing company he co-founded and built into the world's largest shoe maker and one of its best-known brands.
chanted 1,000 Indonesians who worked in the city of Bandung making shoes for Reebok, the world's second largest athletic shoe maker.
Vans, the original skate shoe maker (according to figures appearing in Forbes and the Wall Street Journal financial publications) is prosperous to the tune of 400 million dollars or so annually.