glassworker


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Synonyms for glassworker

someone who cuts flat glass to size

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An inquest heard glassworker Michael Greenwood phoned 999 after trying to resuscitate nine-month-old Kian Oliver saying: "I've killed my son.
Kyle's grandfather, retired glassworker Richard McDermott, 62 said: "He was a lovely well-mannered little boy and we are all just devastated at what has happened.
BEFORE a glassworker from St Helens pulled on a pair of boxing gloves for the first time -- the record for ABA title triumphs stood at an astonishing six successes, set almost a century earlier by the little known James Steers.
Shawn Chang, a 31-yearold glassworker, from Oldbury, said: 'I'm definitely more likely to buy products when I know the health benefits of them.
If you had told this former Pilkington's glassworker a decade ago that his life would have changed so much - losing his wife, a fateful trip to Thailand for his 50th birthday, a meeting with a Thai woman he has since married and the loss of daughter in that faraway country where he had taken her for a holiday - he would never have believed it.
The glassworker performed effectively with a two-hook straight bomb rig covering swims at 13 and 17 metres, so that he could catapult loose maggots.
Joe, a retired glassworker, rarely bothers with the match scene but went along to the lake and drew peg 88 on the 'sunshine' section, where he worked with a bread feeder and worm to catch bream to 2lb.
the working conditions for glassworkers and papermakers.
3) A representative but hardly exhaustive list includes Joan Wallach Scott, The Glassworkers of Carmaux: French Craftsmen and Political Action in a Nineteenth-Century City (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1974); Eric Hobsbawm and Scott, "Political Shoemakers," in Hobsbawm, Workers, 103-30; Bernard Moss, The Origins of the French Labor Movement, 1830-1914: The Socialism of Skilled Workers (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976); Michael P.
Choose to visit sculptors, potters, painters, glassworkers, jewellers and other talented people that have different backgrounds, origins and cultures.
As part of International Women's Day celebrations, Kirklees Community Heritage Team showed the students old photographs and pictures of women tram conductors, brewery workers, piano tuners, dentists, glassworkers and mechanics during World War One.
Cordonnier and filled with dazzling mosaics by fatherandson master glassworkers Jean and Pierre Gaudin, was consecrated in 1954.
Glassworkers certified for (Wallaceburg) another unit Dominion Gillanders Application for reinstatement Glass Co.
Each piece is an artistic creation by skilled glassworkers and decorators, many of whom sign their work for new generations of collectors to seek out and covet.
Glassworkers produced vessels, vases and eating utensils by pouring several thin layers of molten glass into sand molds in the shape of the object.