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He, however, reiterated that Governor Akinwunmi Ambode increased the numbers of mechanic villages across the state from 20 to 42 in order to create more jobs for artisans and other young people who would be willing to acquire skills as automobile mechanics.
Caption: Jonathan Mechanic, FFHSJ; EB Kelly, Tishman Speyer
Beaming with joy at receiving the All India Castrol Golden Spanner Ustaad Mechanic Award, Kalka Prasad said, "This day will be etched in my memory for a lifetime.
If schools defined who could become a mechanic, it did not ease the anxious relationship between consumers and repairmen, and the sixth chapter considers the efforts of the automotive industry to alleviate motorists' mistrust of mechanics.
Walking a new mechanic through steps to inspect, remove, repair and install builds confidence and experience they need to do the job.
Our mechanics are good, but they have to focus on hydraulic systems, transmissions and everything else.
A master mechanic had to retire or move away in order for anybody to advance to master mechanic.
BLS projects that there will be about 184,000 aircraft mechanics and service technicians employed in the United States in 2010, an increase of 17 percent from the number employed in 2000.
WORCESTER - The Worcester County Mechanics Association had at least two reasons to celebrate at its 164th annual meeting in Mechanics Hall yesterday.
Paul Glickman, Jeffrey Citrin, Jon Mechanic, Andrew Mathias
At the same time, aircraft mechanic schools are closing.
It is predicted that the impact of 4000 billion investments on Chinese mechanic engineering industry will be showed at the end of the first quarter in 2009, and will not beyond the end of the second quarter.