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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The subject of this quotation is the engagement of a draughtsman to provide draughtsman technical services to the maritime infrastructure department within transport malta over a period of 12 months, as required.
Recent scholarship has unravelled these improbably conjoined tropes, revising Vasari's indictment of Andrea as spineless, and probing in nuanced ways--and with the benefit of scientific technology--his artistic practice and the methods behind his extraordinary achievements as a draughtsman and painter.
In many of his postings, the steelwork draughtsman said he lived in Cyprus and mentioned his wife in terms which suggested they were together, as well as referring to his cannabis use and the work he had done.
Out of hundreds of entries draughtsman Mr Milne is the envy of rock fans after sending in a framed photo of Star Wars character Kabe given to him by a friend a few years ago.
The series kicks off with draughtsman Scott, college lecturer Fiona and young mum Francesca, who each have to redesign a 17thcentury Cotswold cottage.
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We were each interviewed by the general manager and two days later two of us were asked back to be interviewed by the chief draughtsman and I got the job.
Malcolm went to Wheelwright Grammar School in Dewsbury then on to an apprenticeship as a structural draughtsman at James Austin in Thornhill Lees.
Geoff initially joined the Institution as a Graduate member in 1950, while working as a designer draughtsman for Smart and Brown in Spennymoor, County Durham.
The original Stonyhurst Disks were drawn, presumably by a skilled draughtsman, at the Stonyhurst Observatory, Lancashire, in the late 19th century (see A.
Judge Justice Prithiviraj Fecknah accused counsel Ravi Rutnah of delaying justice after he spent almost two hours quizzing a police draughtsman on measurements of the crime scene.
He trained as a draughtsman at Cammell Laird Shipyards in Birkenhead and moved to Newton, near West Kirby, where he resided for many years.