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Synonyms for smithy

a workplace where metal is worked by heating and hammering

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Just off Smithy Lane is a small new housing development, and road markings have now been put down for people leaving the development, steering them against the traffic and taking them towards Somerset Road.
Owner John Guy is using his restored smithy shop, which is a Grade II listed building, to put on public demonstrations of blacksmithing skills from a bygone era.
We were inseparable, just like Smithy and Gavin in the show.
Retired Marske butcher Tommy Smith identified every person gathered around the door of the smithy, including his sister Mary, better known as Polly.
The owner, John Guy, has worked at the smithy all his life and the restoration will allow for demonstrations and masterclasses of blacksmithing to take place in the future.
Smithy to Harry Potter star Rupert Grint (left): "It would be really good if you could go to Africa with someone else from the film.
Smithy is one of only two West Midlands Police dogs trained to find blood and human remains.
This silly PR stunt is a just a diversion from real police work, and with cuts being made Smithy should probably keep his nose to the ground and concentrate on the job.
Smithy the two-year-old black Labrador is used by West Midlands officers to detect blood or human remains.
His Gavin & Stacey character, Smithy, met various sporting legends.
The words Old Smithy conjure up images of a crumbing rustic building, brick walls blackened with age and soot from the forge, maybe a wheezy old bellows gathering dust and cobwebs in the corner.
They're back as the luckless Gavin and his irrepressible mate Smithy for a third and final series of the hit BBC laugh-fest which left a lot of questions answered after last Christmas's festive special.
KEVIN WHITE speaks to John Roberts, from Roberts and Sons, Smithy Garage Q
The Smithy Heritage Centre, in Eccleston, St Helens, will host live blacksmithing demonstrations along with other traditional crafts such as woodturning and willow weaving.
STONEWALL SMITHY proved his success in Monday's heats of the Coral TV Maiden Stayers over 575m at Romford was no fluke by conjuring up another trap-to-line victory in the final on Friday night, writes Tony Bullen.