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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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The risk, in the speech of craftswoman 2, is tied to the notion of "dangerous life", evidencing a perception of solidarity economy that goes beyond the definitions commonly linked to solidarity and help.
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Exactly 20 years ago the organisers of the Powys Provincial Eisteddfod in Corwen commissioned the crown from expert craftswoman Kathleen Mackinson, of Denbigh.
The Sedgefield-based craftswoman spends hours using new and recycled materials to create textiles for fashion and homeware.
" Someone must know the craftsman, or craftswoman, who made this and we'd like to know if any of your readers can help."
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Harvey was an avid reader and a talented seamstress and craftswoman. She loved spending summers at Stiles Reservoir, traveling with her husband, and her network of long time friends.
Craftswoman Hiyam Dawood said that she makes paper-made roses with different shapes and sizes using colored papers, cloth, feather and beads, pointing out that she sometimes earns SP 5,000(USD100) per day.