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artisan

noun artifex, artificer, craftsman, craftworker, faber, handicraftsman, journeyman, laborer, machiner, masser craftsman, master workman, mechanic, mechanician, one engaged in a manual enterprise, one skilled in an innustrial art, one trained in a mechanic trade, operator, opifex, skilled laborer, skilled worker, technician, worker, workingman, workingwoman, workman, workwoman
Associated concepts: artisan lien
See also: practitioner
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She said this will create economic livelihood opportunities for the local artisans for improving their quality of life.
The official further said that rural women artisans needed special recognition and incentives because they face greater hardships in the society as compared to others.
Further, unlike the working-class autobiography of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, those of early modern artisans generally refrained from discussing their crafts or conditions of work (although exceptions must certainly be made for authors such as Ghiberti and Benvenuto Cellini).
The pessimists' case for decline gets additional ammunition from David Green's book, From Artisans to Paupers: Economic Change and Poverty in London, 1790-1870.
Intricate landscapes carved by a dentist's tool in a sheet of brass will be part of the diverse artwork on display today at an Artisans Faire at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.
Marsh founded Tile Artisans in 1992 after the family sold the wholesale operation.
Artisans followed during the depression after the Great War and America's closing itself to immigrants, then landed peasants and finally day laborers (not until the 1950s, so we are getting ahead of ourselves here).
All are mouth-blown and hand-etched by artisans in small, rural collectives or factories.
ISLAMABAD -- An exhibition was arranged to create linkages among local artisans and the international buyers for the promotion of local arts and crafts and achieving sustainability and livelihood for artisans, an official of Potohar Organization of Development Advocacy (PODA) Friday said.
Artisans & Estates Vineyards & Wineries (Artisans & Estates), formerly known as Jackson Family Farms, a group of separate and independently-owned vineyards and wineries, announced the appointment of Clay Gregory as President.
In his books and articles over the past twenty years he has applied imaginative and thoughtful research strategies to produce path-breaking studies of artisans and factory workers in Central Europe, especially Vienna.