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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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2), is unlike anything surviving by contemporary sculptors, or indeed draughtsmen of any kind.
The other two would help the draughtsmen and eventually work on their own.
Among banners carried by the marchers were those of the Amalgamated Engineering Union, Newcastle's Trades Council, Sunderland Communist Party and the Draughtsmen and Allied Technicians Association.
FORMER Banoco engineers and draughtsmen who joined Bapco when the two companies merged in 1999 claim they are being paid up to 40 per cent less than their counterparts.
He was one of the first architectural draughtsmen to understand the potential drama of artificial light enhanced by mirrors and lenses, and one of the last to see the fearsome power of the ancients.
Staff directly affected include engineering draughtsmen, combat systems engineers and programme planners.
Our companies were full of skilled draughtsmen and tracers.
The move will be led by current offshore projects and engineering director Garry Kennie and a team of engineers and draughtsmen, and others will be will be recruited locally.
On this day OCTOBER 16, 1961 About 60 draughtsmen and tracers employed at Hopkinsons Ltd, valve manufacturers, Britannia Works, Birkby, one of Huddersfield's biggest engineering concerns, went on strike today over a pay dispute.
ANYONE would think that the legal draughtsmen who formulate laws painstakingly leave loopholes for the criminals to exploit.
Robyn Haswell specialises in building services recruitment, which incorporates permanent and contract mechanical/electrical building services engineers and draughtsmen.