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carpentry

Synonyms for woodwork

work made of wood

the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood

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"I'd had runners in my own colours in France and had a winner at Carpentras, which is a small town in south-east France.
In Carpentras, where half of all the Jews in Avignon and the Comtat lived in the Middle Ages, stands the oldest synagogue in France.
of Carpentras is that all future commentaries on D372 should, in addition to citing Pliny or Vincent de Beauvais, also make room for Dom Nicole Lescarre, Nicole Le Vestu, and Jehan Couppel, and to stress the f act that in this dizain as in many others, Sceve discretely and, yet quite discernibly, does not hesitate to attribute to Delie -- his Delie this "object de plus haulte vertu" whom he calls his "idol" -- certain symbols previously reserved by the poets of the Puys for the Virgin Mary, the only human being to have escaped the "plague" and the "venom" of original sin.
Armstrong's comments on text-image interaction in his discussion of the Carpentras manuscript of the Concorde des deux langages, particularly the description of the miniature depicting the interior of the Temple of Venus, are fascinating but problematic.
The gap between any breakaways and the bunch when they approach the finish in Carpentras this afternoon should be much bigger.
The 24-year old has also played for York City Knights, Huddersfield Giants Reserves, Wakefield Reserves as well as French club Carpentras.
They are joined by several new faces, led by prop Chris Clough, who began in the Wakefield Academy before having a spell with top French club Carpentras.
The same flattering interpretation colors the analysis of Jacopo Sadoleto's various letters to colleagues, patrons, and dependents at the Curia (including three letters to Clement himself), after he wisely left the city just prior to the Sack to take up residence at his bishopric at Carpentras. Sadoleto excuses his departure by saying that he has chosen to follow his heavenly patron (God) rather than his earthly one (the pope) by finally assuming his duties in his diocese.
Seven of the suspects were arrested in the Paris area, while two other people were apprehended in the southern city of Carpentras and the northern city of Roubaix.