riveter


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Synonyms for riveter

a worker who inserts and hammers rivets

a machine for driving rivets

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Phyllis Gould has been a driving force behind the efforts to gain national recognition for all the Rosies, including herself and her sister Marion Sousa, who is an official volunteer at the Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond.
Riveter has seen sales increase nearly 700 percent and has a workforce of 55 team members.
makes small, light, aerospace-grade C-Squeezer and Alligator Squeezer riveters.
Rosie the Riveter look-alikes and former Willow Run workers participated at the June 16,2015 dedication ceremony (as well as other fundraising events).
Nelson was a riveter who helped assemble Douglas A-20 Havoc light bomber attack planes.
Over the years, Elinor Otto has collected many Rosie the Riveter memorabilia items and they're displayed throughout her house.
Rosie the Riveter has become a symbol of American women entering the workforce and breaking social taboos.
Rosie the Riveter impersonators lined the entrance to Embarcadero Park to welcome attendees to the NAPSLO 2015 Opening Reception, as did other performers like jugglers and musicians.
Steamie talk I was talking about Mrs Barbour and the play and we were all agreeing how we love strong women, when one of the girls chipped in how great it must have felt back then to be in those dance halls schmoozing with a marine like Rosie the Riveter.
Rosie, named for Rosie the Riveter, is a fifteen-year-old prodigy.
Rosie the Riveter was an icon developed during WWII as about 3 million women went to work for the war effort in war plants, while others worked in "traditionally female occupations.
One hundred manicurists from the Beauty Connection Spa dressed as Rosie the Riveter, a symbol of feminism and women's economic power and filed and polished thousands of nails at the Star Atrium, Dubai Mall from 2pm to 10pm.
Kaylen Ralph and Joanna Demkiewicz were students at the University of Missouri's School of Journalism when they started The Riveter, a magazine focused on longform journalism by women.
Clare Edge's grandfather, riveter Robert Stark Young, is sitting second from the right in the second row.
The factory turned out B-17 bombers and was home to "Rosie the Riveter," the women who built thousands of planes during the war.