stonemason


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Synonyms for stonemason

a craftsman who works with stone or brick

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Amy, also a stonemason, said: "The last time we saw it was at 10.
There was a stonemason working on Kbler-Ross' house, "and one day the guy I worked for said, 'Alan, give him a hand,' so I started helping him with the stone work," Ash recalled.
The stonemason has only been identified as Gregorz and the surgery was performed at the Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology, located in Gliwice, Poland.
To all who contributed to the success of The Loftus Stonemason project we offer our sincere gratitude.
STONEMASONS cut and prepare stone for buildings and monuments.
The Stonemasons of Creuse in Nineteenth-Century Paris.
US stonemason Ryan Notz, who founded the site, said: "The beauty is people find each other directly - you're not just another name in the phonebook.
The tour also included the town library, which has an unusual construction of round, rather than flat, stones; an elaborate grotto created by monks; the dam and ruins of a former mill, and the signature house of a local stonemason.
Very few cities in the world can claim that the Devil built one of its churches, but such is the case of Quito, capital of Ecuador, whose San Francisco religious complex is said to have been built by the stonemason Cantuna with the assistance of Satan himself.
Fresh from another memorable weekend on both sides of the Atlantic, Aidan O'Brien yesterday landed a four-timer at Leopardstown with 12-1 shot Stonemason upsetting stablemate Temple Of Artemis, the 4-5 favourite, in the
The Blenheim Stakes has attracted a field of eight and the best of this lot should the Aidan O'Brien trained Stonemason.
mining the ``white gold'' that would spawn the romance of 20-mule teams and the 1950s TV show ``Death Valley Days'' (hosted by Ronald Reagan), constructed the building in a Moorish style in the late 1920s, employing a Spanish stonemason and Paiute and Shoshone adobe-brick craftsmen.
He rushes to the stonemason and explains he has missed off the `e'.
In today's world there's not much call for monumental rock-work, but the timeless skills of the stonemason are resurfacing on a smaller scale in the residential garden wall.