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 Autonomous Draughtsman" displayed works of Pakistani artists who share an affinity with drawing in various forms and expressions.
The Autonomous Draughtsman' displayed works of Pakistani artists who share an affinity with drawing in various forms and expressions.
Five powerfully strange self-portraits open this exhibition about the fantastical French architectural draughtsman Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1826).
Summary: The Dubai-based draughtsman is unable to celebrate the once-in-a-lifetime windfall.
Tenders are invited for Trade included- Mechanic Diesel, Motor Mechanic Vehicle, Draughtsman Mechanic, Draughtsman ivil, Surveyor, Instrument Mechanic, AOCP
Stop in for a freshly drawn local craft beer and a quick bite at the Draughtsman, adjacent to the Arrive hotel.
The section leader was well aware of this ghost draughtsman, but knew better than to make waves.
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.
e series kicks off ith draughtsman Scott, college ecturer Fiona and young mum rancesca, who ch have to sign a 17thcentury Cotswold cottage.
DON'T MISS...e series kicks off ith draughtsman Scott, college ecturer Fiona and young mum rancesca, who ch have to sign a 17thcentury Cotswold cottage.
The series kicks off with draughtsman Scott, college lecturer Fiona and young mum Francesca, who each have to redesign a 17thcentury Cotswold cottage.