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a workplace where metal is worked by heating and hammering

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See, the inspector is strutting just below us in the smithy.
They went down the winding stairs in utter silence, and came out into the sunlight by the smithy.
You're welcome to all you can find out in my smithy," said he.
Terry Arnett, 49, from Coventry, chose to retire in April at the same time as his four legged best mate and colleague Smithy, who worked with him for eight years.
The sketch depicts Smithy announcing his intention to run for Fifa president this month, with Gerrard acting as his tea boy.
JAMES Corden's muchloved character Smithy is making a TV comeback.
As Smithy, Corden also appeared alongside former England international Steven Gerrard and the Special One himself, ex-Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
Smithy Lane, in Huddersfield, is a busy 120-metre stretch of road which links Somerset Road with the A629 Wakefield Road, and has been regarded by many as a one-way street, heading towards Wakefield Road, for years.
The latest customer satisfaction surveys for Mitsubishi Motors show the Smithy Garage dealership in Dyffryn Ardudwy has been given the accolade based on four months of feedback from customers.
Hetton Smithy at Hetton-le-Hole in County Durham was transformed from a state of near collapse back into a fully working blacksmith's shop by Durham County Council and Limestone Landscapes Project, and supported by Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
The real Smithy has been mates with Corden's cousin Lee Andrews for 30 years and he was delighted to find he was playing against the Bafta winner in the match.
The photograph (right) from 1910 outside the old smithy in Marske High Street was originally published in Remember When more than a decade ago, taking readers back to the days of old.
The Hetton Smithy is one of the oldest buildings in Hetton-le-Hole and has been in continuous use through its existence.
The hilarious sketch starts with Smithy (James Corden) leaving George Michael in the car at Comic Relief headquarters Smithy to George Michael before going into the charity meeting: "You are a joke George.
Two-year-old Labrador Smithy is giving his canine colleagues paws for thought by keeping his army of fans up to date via the internet social networking service.