metalworker


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Synonyms for metalworker

someone who works metal (especially by hammering it when it is hot and malleable)

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Now artists, metalworkers and sculptors are being invited to submit design ideas for a memorial.
The third of 18 children in a Hungarian family of goldsmiths, he apprenticed as metalworker from a very young age, his exacting skills evident later in the unparalleled detail and precision of his famed woodcuts, engravings, and etchings.
The Machinist (15) Metalworker (Christian Bale) cracks up in suspense shocker.
The economic measures implemented by two-term president Fernando Henrique Cardoso (1994-2002) to cut inflation and stabilize the currency account in large part for his two electoral victories over his principal opponent, Workers' Party candidate and former metalworker Luis Ignacio "Lula" da Silva.
Lula," as he's commonly known, is a former metalworker and the presidential candidate for Brazil's leftist Partido dos Trabalhadores (P.
Japan's key metalworker unions suffered a crushing defeat this week in wage-hike talks, leaving an impression that the annual practice of labor-management collective bargaining may have come to an end.
Whatever the intent, the burning wood passed through a charcoal stage during its rapid oxidation, and along with the heat of the fire and the reducing character of the carbonized charcoal, the green stones left a copper-colored residue in the morning that was most interesting to our early and inquisitive metalworker.
Now comes the Huntington's ``Archibald Knox (1864-1933),'' a survey of silver and pewter works by the superb British metalworker whose creations were heavily marketed by Liberty & Co.
Wages for a metalworker in China, for instance, were 50 cents an hour compared with $20 in Germany.
The inconsistencies and omissions or mistakes evident in the Christian imagery of Ayyubid metalwork were most likely not the result of an on-the-spot reinterpretation by the metalworker of a scene somehow familiar to him from Christian art, as Baer implies, but were probably already built into his repertoire of designs, which may have been excerpted from a number of different intermediary sources.
How about a dry liner or a metalworker or even a roofer or electrician?
This review of the West Coast metalworker and enamelist's career spans more than 50 years of experimentation in materials and process.
Metalworker Joerg P would fake a broken arm to gain sympathy - a trick he learned from Jame Gumb in The Silence of the Lambs.
BJ, 40, from Newcastle, joined the security staff at Eldon Square after a career in the regular Army's Royal Logistics corps, followed by time dedicated to the TA and his first civilian job as a metalworker.