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Synonyms for Cooper

United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive


United States film actor noted for his portrayals of strong silent heroes (1901-1961)

United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)

a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs

make barrels and casks

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The French-owned American oak barrel producer Canton Cooperage extended its Grand Cru Limited Edition product line to include a 300-liter hogshead barrel produced of extra fine grain staves aged for a minimum of 48 months.
My son, also as a student, worked at the Cooperage during the holidays.
The deteriorating state of the Cooperage is in stark contrast to its neighbour, the early 17th-century 28-30 the Close, which was rescued from dereliction and is now the Michelin-starred House of Tides restaurant, opened in 2014.
After partnering in 2000, Silver Oak and the cooperage jointly purchased several hundred acres of prime Missouri oak timberland.
We want to be able to satisfy the world's thirst for our premium Tennessee whiskey, and having this state-of-the-art cooperage will help us meet that demand.
The Jack Daniel's Cooperage makes white oak barrels for maturing Jack Daniel's, Early Times, Old Forester and Woodford Reserve.
The announcement of a restructure of its Scottish operations will also mark the end of Diageo's historic distillery and cooperage casking site at Port Dundas with the loss of about 140 jobs.
At Fosters, Childress will oversee all operations activities at Asti, Beringer and Meridian wineries, the Winemaker's Cooperage, and he will manage wine production systems, CAPEX and capacity planning.
Harrison, of Cooperage Close, Toxteth, pleaded guilty to allowing premises to be used for supplying drugs.
Comprised of such stories as: The Captain of the Polestar, The Case of Lady Sannox, The Fiend of the Cooperage, The Horror of the Heights, J.
The receiving area has eight loading dock positions along with a separate cooperage area with two additional dock positions.
Scotland's biggest newspaper has teamed up with Port Dundas Distillery and Cooperage to bring asylum seekers from Sighthill together with Scots players in an event which promotes closer bonds between the communities.
The program explores the subtleties of terroir, craftsmanship, viticulture, viniculture, cooperage and food and wine pairings over a three day session.
A wine cask is to a bourbon barrel," said Henry Work of Canton Cooperage USA, "as a dining room table is to a patio set.
The newly arrived industries of ship-building, cooperage, metal, and glass created markets for wood, and landlords were happy to respond.