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tradesman

1. a man engaged in trade, esp a retail dealer
2. a skilled worker
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Isaac son said the money was for Tradesmen having provided work crews to One Gro for unspecified projects.
He added that the biometric exercise was also aimed at enabling the state government to have a unified identity for all tradesmen and artisans in the state, create a database for proper planning and ensure compliance to tax payment.
In the last six months, the Newcastle company has taken on 10 employed tradesmen and six selfemployed tradesmen and is looking to add more staff to its team as part of an ongoing growth strategy.
An idea conceived by individuals with years of experience and expertise within the UK construction industry, Bag a Builder is unique in that it only works with skilled, qualified tradesmen who possess a valid CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) Card, connecting them with reputable construction firms and homeowners across the country for a variety of jobs.
we are always looking to build up our reserve of skilled tradesmen to help bridge that gap.
Under the Consumer Rights Act 2015, tradesmen have to exercise "reasonable care and skill".
When asked what skills they most need to bring into their business, tradesmen named fresh ideas top, far ahead of technical skills.
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?