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Synonyms for woodwork


Synonyms for woodwork

work made of wood

the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood

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NO MATTER where and at what level, when a horse wins it brings someone enormous doses of excitement and pleasure and when Carpentras scored at Yarmouth last month, that person was David Meilton.
Paterson has been knocking around for awhile and arrived at Stobart Stadium Halton via Keighley, York, Batley and, most recently, French club Carpentras.
Meanwhile, Widnes Vikings have swooped to sign Scottish international Lee Patterson from French side Carpentras and he could make his debut as early as the weekend as the Vikings take on Barrow Raiders.
Milhaud's ballet Moise is based on events in the life of Moses, and his comic opera Esther of Carpentras comes from a stage comedy based on the history and folklore of the Jews of Carpentras, the capital town of Comtat-Venaissan.
Music examples, mostly from pieces for five or more voices composed by members of the generation following Josquin--such as Arcadelt, Lheritier, Carpentras, Brunet, and some what later, Gombert, Crecquillon, and others--support this argument.
Miller traces in clear detail the cooperation and reciprocal respect between Rabbi Salomon Ayubi of Carpentras and Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc, a seventeenth-century associate of Galileo, Rubens, and Joseph Scaliger.
Elsewhere, stone-throwing rioters clashed with police in Lyon, and youths rammed burning cars into a school and retirement home in the southern town of Carpentras, though no injuries were reported.
Smaller numbers are from Roma, Italia, Romania, the Karaite community, Carpentras, North Africa, and Yemen.
Twenty years younger than his role model Bernard-Henri Levy (popularly known as B-HL in Paris), the narrator comes to Paris from the provincial town of Carpentras and begins his education as a writer.
This lyrical musing is attributed, in a prefatory discourse to a volume called Le souvenir de Petrarque a Carpentras (7), to the small town of Carpentras in Provence, which, in the spring of 1927, organized a celebration of Francesco Petrarca, its "fils spirituel" or spiritual son.
Long, 22, grabbed the winning try for French club Carcassonne against Carpentras last week but wants another crack at Super League.
Le Paradou, Route de Carpentras, 84130 Le Pontet, France.
1) It is a Catalan manuscript miscellany, Carpentras, Bibliotheque Inguimbertine, MS 381 (formerly 377, vol.
TOUR DE FRANCE riders and team directors pleaded for reporters to concentrate on the race rather than the drug scandals before yesterday's 196km 13th stage swept away from Frontignan to Carpentras.
DANIELE Nardello of Italy, riding for Mapei, won the 13th stage of the Tour de France yesterday - a 196-kilometre run from Frontignan to Carpentras - edging a thrilling six-man sprint on the line in 4hrs 32mins 46secs.