glassworker


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Synonyms for glassworker

someone who cuts flat glass to size

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Glassworker Ally Noble's work, right, is based on the reflections caused by water and light.
The auction, now in its fifth year, has raised more than pounds 75,000 to date and will feature work by Birmingham figurative artist Stephen Earl Rogers, jeweller Lisa Juen, Worcestershire photographer Nic Gaunt, Henley-in-Arden-based illustrator Julie de Bastion and Warwickshire glassworker Ruth Spaak.
The topics include raw materials and manufacturing processes of neolithic pottery from Switzerland, Egyptian blue in Greek painting between 2500 and 50 BC, a possibly foreign glassworker at Amarna, the microanalysis of glass by laser induced plasma spectroscopy, lead isotopes and Archaeology, and industrial waste from the medieval sugar refinery at the Tawah en-Sukkar in Jordan.
An inquest heard glassworker Michael Greenwood phoned 999 after trying to resuscitate nine-month-old Kian Oliver saying: "I've killed my son."
* Finisher -- The finisher or gaffer uses two age-old implements of the glassworker's art--the pucellas and a cherry-wood paddle--to shape a piece into its final form.
Kyle's grandfather, retired glassworker Richard McDermott, 62 said: "He was a lovely well-mannered little boy and we are all just devastated at what has happened.
BEFORE a glassworker from St Helens pulled on a pair of boxing gloves for the first time -- the record for ABA title triumphs stood at an astonishing six successes, set almost a century earlier by the little known James Steers.
Adopting Da Vinci's principles, gem cutters had used hand cranked lapidary wheels for several centuries, and a drawing of apparatus similar to that featured on Maydwell & Windle's 1760 trade card appeared in Hertel's glassworker's manual Vollstandige Anseisung zum GlasScheiffen, published in 1716.
Shawn Chang, a 31-yearold glassworker, from Oldbury, said: 'I'm definitely more likely to buy products when I know the health benefits of them.
If you had told this former Pilkington's glassworker a decade ago that his life would have changed so much - losing his wife, a fateful trip to Thailand for his 50th birthday, a meeting with a Thai woman he has since married and the loss of daughter in that faraway country where he had taken her for a holiday - he would never have believed it.
The glassworker performed effectively with a two-hook straight bomb rig covering swims at 13 and 17 metres, so that he could catapult loose maggots.
Joe, a retired glassworker, rarely bothers with the match scene but went along to the lake and drew peg 88 on the 'sunshine' section, where he worked with a bread feeder and worm to catch bream to 2lb.
the working conditions for glassworkers and papermakers.
(3) A representative but hardly exhaustive list includes Joan Wallach Scott, The Glassworkers of Carmaux: French Craftsmen and Political Action in a Nineteenth-Century City (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1974); Eric Hobsbawm and Scott, "Political Shoemakers," in Hobsbawm, Workers, 103-30; Bernard Moss, The Origins of the French Labor Movement, 1830-1914: The Socialism of Skilled Workers (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976); Michael P.
Industrial sector Metal workers 9 Asbestos sheets producers 2 Asbestos insulation removers 7 Construction sector Bricklayer 21 Plumber 5 Aqueduct technician 3 Boiler technician 3 Transport sector Shipyard workers 5 Dockers 3 Mechanics 3 Craftsmanship Shoemaker 2 Glassworkers 3 Total 66 Table 2: PPs distribution.