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Synonyms for seamster

a person whose occupation is making and altering garments

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Seamster laments hunting pressure in the popular game lands, but he's had luck by adapting his tactics to conditions.
Tools resulting from these efforts are available for developing skill-based training (see Goldsmith, Johnson, Seamster, & Edens, 1995; Hanson et al.
If Peter Park builds on it - and it's a big if bearing in mind the possibility of him bouncing on his second start back from a year's absence - he will make Seamster work hard.
Pataiali'i, CB Avery Patterson, CB Sammy Seamster and OT Brett Van Sloten.
SEAMSTER is a strong fancy in the Book Hospitality At Southwell Racecourse Handicap.
For example, in the air traffic control domain, it is known that experts categorize aircraft into event types to minimize workload and enable rapid retrieval (Redding, Cannon, & Seamster, 1992).
In private law practice before joining PSE, Harris worked for Perkins Coie LLP and Wagstaff, Alvis, Stubbeman, Seamster and Longacre.
Purple patch Ten-year-old Seamster is another veteran in the Hamilton race.
Rich Seamster led the Titans (2-3) with 17 points and Tyler Coleman added 13 points.
Over the years, he served in various capacities, such as seamster in the Holy Rood Guild, the monastery's atelier of liturgical vesture and as porter of the monastery.
Six weeks ago I bought a sewing machine by mail order with the intention of becoming a skilled seamster overnight so that I could shorten my own trousers.
According to Sean Seamster, System Analyst for the City of Wichita's Data Center, "The fact that Omtool has been in business for a number of years and their filescan feature that allows for data level integration with our VAX systems, led to our decision to use Fax Sr.
Over the years, he served in various capacities, such as seamster in the Holy Rood Guild, the monastery's atelier of liturgical vesture, but it was above all as Porter of the monastery that he will be remembered by his brothers as well as by the many visitors to the monastery who came to know and love him and whom he cherished as friends throughout his lifetime.
Thirsk Colin Russell FIRST-SEASON trainers always need a flagship horse to give their career a boost, and for David Loughnane, who took over from David O'Meara at the start of the season, that horse has been Seamster.