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Synonyms for Currier

United States lithographer who (with his partner James Ives) produced thousands of prints signed 'Currier & Ives' (1813-1888)

a craftsman who curries leather for use

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40p per mile - therefore on these figures the daily cost to Curriers Close should be pounds 32, costing each of the 20 passengers pounds 1.
71 per day to pounds 3 for taking my son to Curriers Close (an enterprise for adults with learning disabilities) by a social services minibus.
PEOPLE with learning disabilities attending Curriers Close Enterprises are spreading their wings and embracing new opportunities.
Councillors have been given a tour of the Canley centre, formerly known as Curriers Close Workshop, to see the impact that changes made last year have had on service users.
As carers to two people who attend Curriers Enterprises, we feel it should be highlighted that they are continuing to pack goods and fulfil contracts but are not being paid for this.
Although we believe the longterm proposals for people at Curriers are unrealistic, while aiming to achieve them do people not have the right to receive some payment for their continued work?
A visit to Curriers Close Workshop, in Canley, showed that, while many of those attending were still smarting at the loss of their money, there was a sense of horizons being broadened.
Six people stopped going to Curriers Close after the pounds 3 allowance was withdrawn.
Working at Curriers Close clearly gives these people a sense of purpose, pride and a role in society.
I hope that when he is an adult he will be treated with more respect and understanding than those at Curriers Close.
The property - known as 1 & 8 Curriers Close - features an eaves height of 10 ft (3.
Curriers did make a small profit but people who work there often benefit from spending time in a normal working environment.
But did he think Currier needed proprietary products?