panel beater


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panel beater

a person who beats out the bodywork of motor vehicles
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The beneficiaries included auto mechanics, fashion designers, caterers, hairdressers, panel beaters, cobblers, traders and dry cleaners, all chosen through a rigorous but transparent process.
The panel beater from Penrhyn Bay had poisoned himself with carbon monoxide.
The time-served panel beater brings with him just under four decades of experience and knowledge in the motor industry, having previously worked in a number of roles for various motor dealers across the North East.
A picture tweeted of the collision by Kirklees Rural said: "Not much a panel beater can do with this.
After leaving school he gained an apprenticeship as a panel beater and paint sprayer and studied his NVQ Level 2 and 3 at Darlington College.
She said the self-employed panel beater had been going so fast the standard guidelines for sentencing him did not even stretch that far.
Leon certainly needs to be better in and around the box," said Robins "because sometimes he looks like a world-beater, other times the proverbial panel beater.
He and Moat became friends through their association with Get Carter Cars, a garage in Newcastle's East End where Moat had worked as a panel beater, detectives said.
panel beater, had been together ten years when they conceived the girls through IVF treatment.
A panel beater by trade, he played football for Hartlepool United and Lincoln City in the 1950s and 1960s, before becoming active in the union movement in his native North-East, serving as regional secretary for many years.
Hart, who left school at 16, worked variously as a tow-truck driver and panel beater before branching into business, primarily buying and turning around under-performing companies.