quarrier


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Synonyms for quarrier

a man who works in a quarry

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Under the guidance of his kind-hearted employer, whose daughter he later married, Quarrier became a devout Christian.
Furious Quarriers workers have accused bosses of holding a gun to their heads.
Guests are invited to take part in a "Ten Challenge" Easter Bunny Trail around Quarriers Village and Killearn.
And if you feel you have these qualities then you could consider becoming a support worker for Quarriers Glasgow, who is recruiting for projects throughout the city.
Quarriers Stopover provides crisis accommodation for young people aged 16 to 25.
The company also announced that it is supporting a charity dedicated to helping those affected by epilepsy, the Quarriers Scottish Epilepsy Centre (SEC).
Julie Bisset and Angela Archer want people to sign up for the Zumbathon taking place at Eldon Leisure Centre on November 6 to raise money for the charity Quarriers - which runs the Foxden short breaks project for disabled children in South Shields.
The book is based on his PhD thesis, which researched homeless youth over a period of 18 months through Quarriers, a Scottish social care charity.
Slate quarriers at Chwarel Yr Eifl, in nearby Trefor, used deposits to make curling stones for the British team which won gold medals in the 2002 Winter Olympics staged in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
A special lorry will take to the road to spread the message of the good work done by Quarriers.
For more than 140 years, Quarriers has been one of Scotland's leading social care charities, providing care and support for young people, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances.
The next phase of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is inviting people who were residents of the Bridge of Weir-based Quarriers children's home to get touch.
You will notice that qualifications are not the vital asset to gain a role as a support worker for Quarriers.
David Whelan, 56, who was sexually abused in the 70s by Quarriers carer John Porteous, known as the Beast of the Bellotower, said victims are demanding "no hiding place" for abusers or the organisations involved.
John Porteous, 73, was sentenced to eight years in prison for sex offences against two boys at a Quarriers children's home in Renfrewshire.