bricklayer


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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.
A TRAINEE bricklayer who launched an unprovoked drunken attack on another man was yesterday put behind bars.
In my view it is just as great an achievement to be a plumber or a bricklayer as it is to be a lawyer or a doctor,' he said.
Twenty-year-old bricklayer Mathew was testing his trowel work in the National Skillbuild Final 2004 just like his father Richard did when he was learning the trade.
Baldwin, who was employed as a bricklayer for the council through an agency, added: ``I'm not a lorry driver by trade.
The judge began his summing-up in the eighth week of the trial in which England defender Woodgate (21), former under-21 international Bowyer, (24), Paul Clifford, a welder, and Neale Caveney, a bricklayer (both 22), are accused of causing grievous bodily harm to young Asian student Sarfraz Najeib in a street attack in Leeds city centre in January last year.
Anthony Skinner and Scott Hudson, both based at award winning Yuill's St Cuthbert's Court site in Middlesbrough, have recently been joined for three weeks by German apprentices Andre Kemper, a joiner and Mario Reschke, a bricklayer.
Ron Brown, 44, bricklayer, Lynemouth: It doesn't really matter to me.
An apprentice bricklayer, who little over 18 months ago had never set foot on a construction site, has now become the latest in a line of new recruits to secure a full-time job with luxury property developer Jomast Developments.
WITH natural talent, a steady hand and a cool head Mark Peebles is in with a chance of being crowned the country's best young bricklayer.
A television announcer will pay almost twice as much as a bricklayer to insure the same car but can reduce their premium by referring to themselves as a broadcaster.
Apprentice bricklayer Owen Corbett will join the Rise development in Newcastle, while Daniel Murphy will start as an apprentice joiner at La Sagesse, the David Wilson Homes development in the Jesmond area of the city.
Initially working as an apprentice bricklayer, Ray has worked his way up the management ladder and has been with for Bellway for the past 18 years.
AN apprentice bricklayer who is learning his trade on a Teesside housing development has scooped an award for his skills.