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workshop

a group of people engaged in study or work on a creative project or subject

Workshop

[′wərk‚shäp]
(astronomy)

workshop

A building or room used for handi-craft work.
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By this time Bell had moved his workshop from the cellar in Salem to 109 Court Street, Boston, where he had rented a room from Charles Williams, a manufacturer of electrical supplies.
said Seth rather timidly, as he turned to leave the workshop.
The little tailor looked round and thought: 'It is much more spacious here than in my workshop.
She led the way to a great domed hall at the back of the house, which was the Magician's workshop.
A sudden step upon the stairway leading to his workshop brought him trembling and wide eyed to his feet, staring fearfully at the locked and bolted door.
Further than that, the main part of the instrument is being made under the supervision of Sir Meyville Worth, in a large workshop erected on his estate in a village near Brancaster in Norfolk.
It was this adventure in wood-working and plumbing that brought about the building of the little workshop, where he slowly gathered a collection of loved tools.
A LION, entering the workshop of a smith, sought from the tools the means of satisfying his hunger.
He called up the workshop, and in crisp, terse sentences gave his orders in a way that went to the older man's heart.
It was arranged that the tiny room off the living room at the lighthouse should be given over to Owen for a workshop.
Keeping these latter words to himself, and returning his daughter's nod, he was passing into the workshop, with the smile she had awakened still beaming on his face, when he just caught sight of his 'prentice's brown paper cap ducking down to avoid observation, and shrinking from the window back to its former place, which the wearer no sooner reached than he began to hammer lustily.
A communication of great trap- doors in the floor and roof with the workshop above and the workshop below, made a shaft of light in this perspective, which brought to Clennam's mind the child's old picture-book, where similar rays were the witnesses of Abel's murder.

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