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Synonyms for draftsperson

a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines

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As a draftsperson, Norvid is drawn to the anachronistic textures of folk culture in spite of--or because of--its political incorrectness.
4), it is unlikely that this definition of the spot was originally intended to be part of the scene as conceived by the scribal draftsperson. Whether the heavy outline around this spot was added to serve as a perimeter for the paint, or whether it was added afterward to highlight it, is a moot point.
Similarly, specialist skills such as drawing are more readily outsourced to a qualified draftsperson to produce a quicker, higher-quality result for less money than internal resources would cost.
If the draftsperson uses multiple design layers with multiple scales, the conversion will force all of those objects to one scale.
This particular version seems to be either the original or a close copy of the sketch that was made by the NWMP prior to the dimensions being misconstrued by the draftsperson in Ottawa, resulting in a map that was thought to be a realistic representation of the fort until archaeological excavations proved them wrong.
Wagging school and organising sit-ins, at 16 Orchard left school to work as a draftsperson. It was a time of conflict within Rhodesia, with the rise of black militant parties seeking equality for all citizens from a resistant white minority government.
The working group would comprise of Muntazir Khan, Deputy Secretary (Admn) Home and Tribal Affairs Department while Riffat Aamir, Legal Draftsperson Director-II (Human Resource Development (HRD) Peshawar High Court, Javed Khan, Planning Officer Local Government, Elections and Rural Development Department and a representative of the Additional Inspector General of Police Special Branch Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would act as members of the said working group.
In Siona Benjamin's case, the worlds she has inhabited are so complex and layered that the richness of her experience along with her skills as a draftsperson and a colorist combine to offer a most unusual series of mirror-windows.
So what does it mean when a celebrated installation artist, creator of parodic spectacles, is most persuasive as a restrained draftsperson?
She was the primary draftsperson for New Hampshire's first pooled special needs trust program for third-party trusts, a program launched in 2010 by the Enhanced Lives Options Group, a New Hampshire non-profit organization that manages several pooled special needs trust programs.
For these reasons dishonesty can be an appropriate element in corporate crime, at least in relation to those areas where the highest standards of ethical behaviour should be the norm or where it is difficult for the draftsperson to envisage every eventuality of unethical conduct.
A reader from Dubai asks: I am currently working in a company as a draftsperson and I'm looking for another job because I want to leave soon.
Einhorn was also the principal draftsperson of the modern law on asylum and refugee protection in 1980.
First of all, the Massachusetts Constitution was drafted by John Adams as its principal draftsperson in 1780, and precedes the United States Constitution by seven years.