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workshop

a group of people engaged in study or work on a creative project or subject

Workshop

[′wərk‚shäp]
(astronomy)

workshop

A building or room used for handi-craft work.
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The house, together with the granaries, the stables, and workshops for the blacks, who had been taught various trades, formed a rude kind of quadrangle; in the centre of which a large pile of coffee was drying.
He heard the songs peculiar to busy toilers, a murmur of many workshops, the rasping of files, and the sound of falling hammers.
And this law of laws, which the pulpit, the senate and the college deny, is hourly preached in all markets and workshops by flights of proverbs, whose teaching is as true and as omnipresent as that of birds and flies.
They were: Wickson's "California Fruits," Wickson's "California Vegetables," Brooks' "Fertilizers," Watson's "Farm Poultry," King's "Irrigation and Drainage," Kropotkin's "Fields, Factories and Workshops," and Farmer's Bulletin No.
was put up arter the Great Fire of London; and the Great Fire of London was not the fire in which your uncle George's workshops was burned down.
Now and then, a village with its modest spire, thatched roofs, and gable-ends, would peep out from among the trees; and, more than once, a distant town, with great church towers looming through its smoke, and high factories or workshops rising above the mass of houses, would come in view, and, by the length of time it lingered in the distance, show them how slowly they travelled.
On working days she would go to see him at work either at the workshops or at the brick kilns, or at the sheds on the banks of the Irtish.
It was a very hot afternoon in June, but the young professor had forgotten the heat and the grime of the workshop.
The guild-masters were pushed on one side by the manufacturing middle class; division of labour between the different corporate guilds vanished in the face of division of labour in each single workshop.
It was impossible for them to inhabit the chateau, now converted into a workshop and filled with machinery, but lodgings were procured in its immediate vicinity.
With this drop of ink at the end of my pen, I will show you the roomy workshop of Mr.
And while he discussed within his own mind what sort of shape or similitude it were well to bestow upon this excellent piece of timber, there came into Drowne's workshop a certain Captain Hunnewell, owner and commander of the good brig called the Cynosure, which had just returned from her first voyage to Fayal.

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