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ironmonger

Brit a dealer in metal utensils, hardware, locks, etc.

ironmonger

[IBM] A hardware specialist (derogatory). Compare sandbender, polygon pusher.
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S2 Developments, which owns the former home of Drews the Ironmongers in Caversham Road, put its plans for the site on show in Reading on Wednesday, July 24.
"The application will allow the council to carefully dismantle the 1970s Cross, take it away for cleaning and restoration and then re-site it in Ironmonger Row.
Ironmonger row still connected to Burges, but Cross Cheaping was insignificant by the time work was complete.
The stall reopened as Queensgate Ironmongers on July 1, as Ms Fanning teamed up with her brother Lem Lemanski, who worked at Williams' for 30 years.
It was owned by Ironmonger brothers Samuel L Perkins and Thomas S Perkins.
THE NOTABLE BRAIN OF MAXIMILIAN PONDER by JW Ironmonger (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, pounds 12.99) THE author aims to document every memory he has ever had, with the ambition of aiding science's understanding of the human brain in this exceptional, quirky debut from JW Ironmonger.
Tradition has it that Newcomen was apprenticed to an ironmonger in Exeter, although this has not been supported by documentary evidence.
That's just what Ellyce Ironmonger did when she awoke Saturday, senior day for her and five other members of the Oregon women's basketball team.
Anthony Ironmonger, 75, was found badly burned by Midland Heart staff at Summer Hill House hostel, in Ladywood, where he had lived for ten years on December 10, 2007.
Along with her sister Laura, Miss Smail, pictured, helped run the John Smail and Sons ironmonger and furniture business in Bridge Street for decades.
Hosting the MIND Ball for 500 in the grounds of his Warwickshire mansion he introduced the auctioneering double act of Bigwood's Chris Ironmonger and Lodder's Nigel Phillips in typical Dennis style...