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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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Exhibitions were being arranged to create linkages among local artisans and the international buyers for the promotion of local arts and crafts and achieving sustainability and livelihood of Artisans, said an official of Potohar Organization of Development Advocacy (PODA).
Ten years ago, I had not even picked a paint brush in my life but today I am a master artisan and teaching other rural girls how to be creative and become economically independent,' said Deeba Rana who was working as artisan.
Furlong was an artisan member at Childwall for 25 years before becoming subscription-paying golf club member, at Eccleston Park.
With the exception of one chapter, Parets's chronicle has become just another datum in Amerlang's analysis of the common characteristics of artisan autobiography in the early modern period.
Under terms of this agreement, Artisan will deliver a high-speed standard cell library that is based on Artisan's SAGE(TM) (Superior Area and Greater Efficiency) technology and has numerous design features added to optimize speed and reduce time-to-market.
The changing role of the artisan, posed so dramatically by the Hammonds and Edward Thompson, has yet to be fully understood, given the longevity of that status and its integration into other modes of production.
By unlocking organizations from time-consuming processes and offering insights into user behavior, Artisan lets customers quickly transform static mobile apps into dynamic marketing and e-commerce channels.
The small number of cases upon which the entire analysis is based, for example a total sample of 127 births for the landholding peasantry, artisan, and elite classes between 1850 and 1881 used in Table 4.
Artisan Global Equity Fund Managed by Mark Yockey and Barry Dargan
MILWAUKEE -- Artisan Funds announced today the reopening of Artisan Small Cap Fund (ARTSX).
Fundamental to Ehmer's interpretation is the fact that the commercialization and growth of production in the nineteenth century created an enormous increase in the number of small enterprises in the artisan trades, especially in "mass trades" like cabinetmaking, shoemaking, and tailoring.
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