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craftsman

1. a member of a skilled trade; someone who practises a craft; artisan
2. an artist skilled in the techniques of an art or craft
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Father's Day Gifting to Benefit IAVA: The following innovative Craftsman gifts are included in the promotion:
Gustav Stickley, who started making Arts and Crafts-style furniture and accessories in the late 19th century, has long represented the pinnacle of Craftsman design.
RoofTopGuard Craftsman covers a 1200-square-foot house in one or two lightweight rolls compared to 30-pound felt paper that could require five or more rolls to cover the same house.
Captain Dave Bunker said he was "utterly confident" in Craftsman Lombardi's abilities.
If Craftsman still tell lies, the directors can be jailed.
Another example is the Craftsman Slip-Joint pliers from 1940.
Most of the immigrant craftsman that came here 40 or 50 years ago, he explained, have retired.
From now through July 31, Craftsman Club and Shop Your Way members can enter for a chance to win a trip to this once-in-a-lifetime experience by visiting www.
Only three to four families still practice this craft as youngsters don't want to continue with it," said Ramesh Kumar, a craftsman.
Access to the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series garage on Feb.
It is important to realise that such people, now for the most part individual craftsmen and artists, work outside the mainstream of community life, quite unlike the traditional craftsman who had unwittingly the strength of an inbuilt inherited knowledge of 'the correct way' to do the job in hand to support him in his unremitting daily toil.
NASDAQ:ERTS) today announced the start of the 2007 EA SPORTS[TM] Challenge Series which kicked off July 26 with the EA SPORTS Craftsman NASCAR Challenge in Indianapolis.