ironworker


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a person who makes articles of iron

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He was an ironworker in my union back in the day and we were close when I was growing up.
Schwartz adds profoundly to their narratives by including interviews with two of the nurses who cared for injured workers, one ironworker's wife, and an African American woman ironworker who worked on the bridge twenty years ago.
Lynch said he strapped on work boots for 18 years as an ironworker, grew up in a public housing project and has stood in unemployment lines, asserting that he understands the challenges of working families in Central Massachusetts.
An ironworker watches as a crane begins to lift a load of construction supplies at the World Trade Center transportation hub
Teixman is also a journeyman ironworker, crane and heavy equipment operator and is well versed in aerial tramway construction and maintenance.
One ironworker, Victor Gosselin, summed up their attitude: "It ain't no picnic but there's lots of jobs I'd pass up for this.
SINGAPORE A three-week old elephant is washed while its mother Nandong helps their keeper hold him in position during shower time at the Night Safari IRAQ Shiite Muslims beat themselves with sticks in Basra during Muharram, marking the anniversary of the seventh century death of Imam Hussein, grandson of Islam''s founding prophet Muhammad NEW YORK An ironworker on a steel column on the 52nd floor of One World Trade Center.
Surprisingly, Americans don't dominate the caloric stratosphere here: Bumping out an Illinois ironworker (6,600 calories) are a Namibian trucker (8,400 calories) and a British mom who packs away 12,300 calories of sweets and bacon.
5 -- Scotchman Industries has introduced the new dual operator 135-tonne hydraulic ironworker.
An ironworker from the town of Troyes, east of Paris, bought the article from a sale of Paris-themed mementos at the Drouot auction house.
In the first episode, Painting The Town, Paxman travels to Manchester - "shock city" of the age, visits a functioning cotton mill, eats gruel in a workhouse, and tells the story of James Sharples, the ironworker painter who first depicted the energy of the industrial revolution.
Even after the front tyres of his four wheel drive were blown out, Sylvester, an ironworker, led the police line of cars and helicopters along two interstate highways.
The 5014 TM Ironworker offers a three-station revolving turret that accepts up to three pieces of tooling that can be changed in seconds.
I am reminded of the ironworker who insisted that he needed no protection from a 50-foot level because, he said, "If I fall, I'll catch the steel.
Robinson's AL ZAMPA AND THE BAY AREA BRIDGES (0738529966) commemorates the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge, named after an ironworker whose work fostered the creation of all the Bay Area bridges.