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a person engaged in buying and selling

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BFGoodrich is putting its support behind this critically important community with our Tradesmen Support Program.'
Tradesmen also is seeking reimbursement for court costs and attorney fees.
An increasing number of construction sites across the UK are turning away tradesmen for not possessing a valid CSCS Card.
Pangea has been building up its database of foreign skilled tradesmen to better combat the diminishing count of domestic skilled workers:
-Turkish tradesmen shouting at tourists as "Quickly" to save them the effects of the explosion.
The permits allow tradesmen such as builders, plumbers and electricians to park their vans in restricted areas to allow them to serve their customers.
TRADESMEN and women across Kirklees are urged to take part in a national competition.
I am just wondering why this new continuing education is mandated to tradesmen by the commonwealth of Massachusetts?
Scott said: "We pride ourselves on meeting the needs of today's busy tradesmen with a speedy, reliable and convenient service.
BIRMINGHAM is one of the most expensive places in the UK to hire tradesmen, according to a study.
INCOMPETENT tradesmen have cost UK homeowners an estimated PS1.9bn over the last year - five times more than the cost of domestic burglaries.
d s Anyone can set up a website and claim qualifications and standards and these websites can also be a form of advertising, rather than endorsement, as tradesmen pay to get listed.
TRADE ASSOCIATIONS: TrustMark is a not-for-profit organisation under which some 30 schemes operate, including the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), offering a database with local, trustworthy and reliable tradesmen, operating to Government standards at fmb.org.uk 5.
John Mewett, marketing director at Screwfix, said: "We meet hundreds of tradesmen every day in our trade counters and we understand how hard they work.
The New York City Regional Economic Development Council has hired Lisa Easton, of Easton Architects, to plan the restoration of the landmark General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen Building.