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draughtsman

(US), draftsman
1. a person skilled in drawing
2. Brit any of the 12 flat thick discs used by each player in the game of draughts

draftsman

[′draf·smən]
(engineering)
An individual skilled in drafting, especially of machinery and structures.
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A tough assessment, but one with which Greuze the Draftsman leads you to disagree.
As a statistical draftsman, Byers made charts and flipped slides at countless briefings.
Mohammad Qasim Khan, Circle Head Draftsmen (BS-16) has been promoted to the post of Chief Draftsman (BS-17) on regular basis.
He worked for many years as a machine tool draftsman.
He recalls: "I was an apprentice jig and tool draftsman and eventually became personnel and training manager and was made MBE the year before I retired.
That objective, as far as he and his fellow draftsman were concerned, was to "try and salvage the Constitution", which, he pointed out, had been ratified by 14 member states and around which a strong consensus had formed.
Justin Boon, 27, has joined the K-12 Practice Group as a Draftsman.
Warren, who is retired, worked as a draftsman in construction.
I've been a CADKEY user since version 3 and I'm impressed with the evolution of the product to KeyCreator and the new direction of the company," agreed David Karu, draftsman, Atmos-Tech Industries from Ocean, NJ and an attendee at the Pennsylvania event.
Tenders are invited for "Contract for outsourcing of Services/ Activities for Assistant Draftsman Job work in office of the Engineer-in-Chief, Haryana Public Health Engineering Department, Sector-4, Panchkula and all other works contingent thereto"
One Junior Draftsman (BS-12) Mohammad Rafique has been promoted to the post of Senior Draftsman (BS-16).
He was a skilled draftsman and gunsmith, and enjoyed woodworking, designing, collecting rifles, and target shooting all of his life.