draughtsman


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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
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Last week, a rucksack was found in the area where Mr Davison went missing although there was nothing inside linking it to the draughtsman, and two other rucksacks belonging to him had already been found.
By the time Geoff applied for Associate member in 1963, he had progressed to the status of chief draughtsman with the company, specialising in fitting controls and accessories of lighting equipment for post-war 'pre-fab' housing.
A skilled draughtsman was needed to assess the accuracy of the grid and Harold Hill kindly agreed to inspect the output.
The judge's comment came after the court descended into laughter several times during Mr Rutnah's cross-examination of draughtsman Ragen Hurobin.
Following an electrical apprenticeship, he became a draughtsman, contract engineer, applications engineer and product engineer before managing the design department.
In the organisation where I worked, if there were jobs for say draughtsman (before the arrival of AutoCAD) or any other positions, then some Keralites would try to get their kith and kin employed by sycophancy, offering sob stories and begging with their superiors, who out of pity would oblige them in good faith.
School office manager Sue Cockhill, from Wednesfield, and draughtsman husband Howard were staying just yards from the scene of the explosion in Palma Nova.
The job: I'm a draughtsman and designer for MB Aerospace.
The record means Allister, a 30-year-old draughtsman from Maghaberry, Co Antrim, snatches back the record he previously held in 2003 and 2004.
In "Rigging: Period Fore-and-Aft Craft", author and professional illustrator Lennarth Pettersson draws upon his many years of experience and expertise as a model maker an draughtsman in the study of eighteenth-century rigs and rigging, to provide readers with a visual compendium concerning ever aspect and facet of a ship's rigging.
5x12") presents the history of Dublin's water and sewer systems, written by Corcoran, who was a draughtsman for the drainage division for 24 years and has also written a history of Dublin's trams.
Turner (1775-1851) was also a highly competent draughtsman.