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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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Craftswoman Hiyam Dawood said that she makes paper-made roses with different shapes and sizes using colored papers, cloth, feather and beads, pointing out that she sometimes earns SP 5,000(USD100) per day.
On the last two holes, Dobson pounced with the surefire aim of an expert craftswoman.
The brunette is a passionate advocate of British artisans, and in this series, will be putting them firmly in the spotlight by finding out what it's like to be a craftswoman in the 21st century.
An amazing exhibition by Coventry craftswoman Val Hunt, showing just what can be done with everyday junk.
Willow featured an impressive Scouse audience participation while Me, Myself and Show Some Emotion illustrated what a craftswoman she is.
Someone must know the craftsman, or craftswoman, who made this and we'd like to know if any of your readers can help.
34 # 3, contributing writer Richard Green presented a Blackfeet 'Holy' shirt made by Deborah Magee, a renowned Blackfeet craftswoman.
She's a master craftswoman of songwriting and just an amazing performer.
The craftswoman even had her inventive contemporary designs snapped up before she had finished her degree.
The five other recipients were sinologist Tadao Ishikawa, 78, leather craftswoman Fukuko Okubo, 81, calligrapher Kason Sugioka, 87, organic chemist Ryoji Noyori, 62, and actress Isuzu Yamada, 83.
The 22-year-old craftswoman and herbusi ness partner Mr Allister Malcom have won a year's national scholarship at the Broadfield House Glass Museum, near Dudley.