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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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UPM Raflatac s craft beverage products provide a graphic canvas for glass, PET and aluminum cans that helps distinguish brands while communicating a commitment to artisanship.
Beyond the obvious fashion victims and overly zealous devotion to cosmetic surgery, lies a city that regularly comes alive with exhibitions and events that celebrate local artistry, artisanship.
com)-- Sun Roads Farmory takes pride in the quality and artisanship put into each feed system produced.
Charles Vallhonrat, the executive director of the Texas Craft Brewers Guild, explained that the artisanship and detailed care that craft brewing require will generate thousands of jobs.
Sanam Chaudhry outlined the new goals for preserving and growing indigenous artisanship, assisting emerging designers and graduates in entering the retail sector, and providing them with local and international exposure and attracting buyers.
The concept for Amodoria phones and accessories was born and in the coming months the product range will expand further with announcements of new luxury tech objects, which celebrate the privileged life and showcase world-class artisanship.
It turns out that literature--and here I speak not only of novels and poems, but also of subgenres such as autobiography (Benvenuto Cellini's Life, written some time in the 1550s but only translated into English in 1822, looms large in Betjemann's monograph as a kind of urtext for subsequent investigations) and forms such as the magazine (Gustav Stickley's The Craftsman, which represented the aesthetic and material ideals of the Craftsman Furniture Company of New York, is the subject of Betjemann's penultimate chapter)--is peculiarly capable of commenting upon artisanship and translating its vagaries into a graspable language.
One of the ironies of Fallaha's work is that although it is everywhere as identifiable logos in boutiques, product and institutional logos, her artisanship is never credited explicitly.
It will provide an unmatched experience for guests and residents to admire the company's artisanship and commitment to perfection in both service and design.
Made in Utrecht: Meisterwerke der Bildhauerkunst' (14 March-16 June) presents work depicting religious scenes told through magnificent artisanship.
Golf is a popular weekend hobby for many and one fan of the game is trying to help swingers look more stylish - thanks to some old-fashioned artisanship and attention to detail.
3) By examining the autobiography and discussions of Cellini, Betjemann attempts to show "how Cellini's nineteenth- and early twentieth-century canonizers--translators, advocates of artisanship, fiction writers, and art critics-created an account of artisanal sensibility that cohered around the example of his range and charisma" (32).