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- n. a person skilled at woodworking
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A worker in wood, as a carpenter, joiner, or cabinet-maker.
- n. A. power-machine for jointing, molding, squaring, and facing wood. It is made adjustable, and has various attachments for work of different kinds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. makes things out of wood
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What kind of woodworker was Annik - a carpenter or joiner?
(02 February 2009) - by Kelsey Keith The title "woodworker" might be a misnomer for the talented Michael Moran, working out of Charleston, South Carolina.
The Jersey Woodworker has been a successful woodworker for over 30 years.
Sliced into wafer thin veneer, that chunk could easily reap a profit with that piece of wood for the right woodworker (not me).
Only in the hands of a master woodworker will you see plywood look this good!
Gentle Reader – the router is the preferred power tool of the ambitious amateur woodworker.
And while Maloof himself always affected an unflappable—and largely authentic—persona of the simple woodworker, his pieces became lauded as great art.
The curators spent four years scouring attics, the KnollTextiles archive and art institutions for information—for example, tracing "Prestini," one of Knoll's most popular textile designs, to Antoinette Lackner Prestini, the wife of woodworker James Prestini.
In 2004 a Marine veteran, and a lifelong woodworker, began designing and producing Custom American Hardwood displays for all currently approved US Military Swords, and can be seen at www. militarydisplaysonline.com.
The TAP news agency said Monday that police have arrested a suspect, a Tunisian woodworker who worked at the same school as the priest.