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millwright

[′mil‚rīt]
(engineering)
A person who plans, builds, or sets up the machinery for a mill.
A person who repairs milling machines.
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In Alaska, skilled core drillers and millwrights who provide support to the mining, and oil and gas industries are in such high demand that the University of Alaska added training programs.
Though he was employed by the company for more than 15 years, it was the deceased worker's first shift alone as a millwright for the particleboard mill.
Being a millwright myself, when I came to the Excel factory I looked at how their machines are built," says Giesbrecht.
Suzanne Grant, Flat 1a, 56 Croxteth Road, Toxteth, Liverpool8 3SQ (0151-733 2265) I am currently researching my husband's family, who were thought to be millwrights in or near Liverpool sometime in the 1800s.
ME-nchener Tierpark Hellabrunn AG is planning a focus on Biodiversity in the domestic environment, the current Children zoo in a Oberbayrisches millwright village convert.
The sails and cap are being removed and the millwright will work on the cap while the windmill is repaired and repointed.
Mr Irwin, who worked as a millwright, suffered from the condition for many years, though he eventually died of lung cancer on November 19.
Five members gave short entertaining talks on a variety of subjects, places of interest around the world, The Ancient Order of Bodyguard to the Mayor of Durham, Buckingham Palace Garden Parties and the bankruptcy sale of a millwright in Victorian days.
In 1969, she married Jack Hamlin, a millwright for General Motors, and gained another a stepson and two stepdaughters.
The company self-performs structural concrete, steel erection, rigging, millwright, electrical, and process piping.
Tenders are invited for Kota - Cleaning Of Loco, ROH, IOH, Millwright, RDI, Goods Train Examination Yard, And Sick Line Depots As Per Terms Conditions Attached To Tender Documents For Two Calendar Year
He worked at Georgia Pacific in Springfield until 1974, and then worked as a millwright in Arizona and Oregon.