glassworker


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Synonyms for glassworker

someone who cuts flat glass to size

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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.
An inquest heard glassworker Michael Greenwood phoned 999 after trying to resuscitate nine-month-old Kian Oliver saying: "I've killed my son.
Experts there recognised that they were made by revered glassworker William Bielby in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in around 1765.
Glassworker Ally Noble's work, right, is based on the reflections caused by water and light.
Among the collection are works from Master Glassworker Emile Galle, who in 1902 designed the anemones that adorn each of the prestige Perrier-Jouet cuvees.
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.
One of his sisters is a singer, and the other two are professional glassworkers.
Near the museum is one of Murano's hidden secrets, the Osteria al Duomo - duck under a dark archway and you come out at this noisy trattoria filled with glassworkers eating steaming plates of pasta.
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.
FUNDRAISER:: Shaun Woodward's plans for a gala night to help glassworkers starring Dale Winton, left, have been shelved
Barrett, Work and Community in the Jungle: Chicago's Packinghouse Workers, 1894-1922 (Urbana, 1987); Tyler Stovall, The Rise of the Paris Red Belt (Berkeley, 1990); Michael Hanagan, Logic of Solidarity (Urbana, 1980); Joan Wallach Scott, The Glassworkers of Carmaux (Cambridge, 1974); Temma Kaplan, Anarchists of Andalusia 1868-1903 (Princeton, 1977); Alan Dawley, Class and Community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860 (New York, 1979); David Crew, Town in the Ruhr: A Social History of Bochum, 1860-1914 (New York, 1979); James E.
The two refractory plants employ more than 400 members of Aluminum, Brick and Glassworkers Local 790.
1978: Union leaders representing 8,000 glassworkers at Pilkington in St Helens rejected the company's latest pay offer after talks lasting more than five hours.
In this context, we should remember the amount of skilled glassworkers who left Stourbridge at the end of the 19th century to find a new life with the great American glassworks such as Steuben and Tiffany.