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Synonyms for baker

someone who bakes commercially

someone who bakes bread or cake

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Then he stepped into the cab, and in half an hour we were back in the sitting-room at Baker Street.
are legible upon the lining of this hat, but as there are some thousands of Bakers, and some hundreds of Henry Bakers in this city of ours, it is not easy to restore lost property to any one of them.
Most Stairs Backside 180'd Up: Andrew Reynolds, 8, Baker
The 84,000 s/f lease between RCPI Landmark Properties LLC and Ropes & Gray LLP was assigned to Baker Hostetler and will run until 2012.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time TEA has been to Africa doing port assessments, said Baker.
The firm operates under the direction of Nelson Baker, a geological engineer with over 40 years experience in mineral exploration, Cem (CJ) Baker, former senior geologist for WMC International and vice-president for Goldcorp, and corporate development officer Brad Baker.
Baker's legacy continues in the form of The Joanne Baker Prize, to be given in perpetuity at the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, recognizing that she is "known throughout the United States and the world as one of the most charismatic and exceptional musicians and teachers by her students and colleagues.
Delbert Baker and his wife had an agreement with Air Force Village West Inc.
Barbe Baker lived in that age of British Empire when do-gooding was regarded as a natural duty and responsibility.
In addition to living a life that any saint would be proud of, Baker was extremely adventurous and thoroughly interesting.
Barbara Ransby's long-awaited and excellent biography of Ella Baker fits into this trend.
With SNCC, Baker coordinated the efforts of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party during its heroic stand at the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City in the summer of 1964.
Baker demonstrates that the fragility of paper was exaggerated and that the technophiles ended up spending millions more than they would have by simply building bigger storage facilities for paper products.