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trades·per·son

 (trādz′pûr′sən)
n.
1. A person who practices a manual trade.
2. A person engaged in retail trade; a merchant.

tradesperson

(ˈtreɪdzˌpɜːsən)
n, pl -people
a skilled worker
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A legitimate tradesperson won't mind you doing this.
THE Annual Britain's Top Tradesperson competition has launched at Screwfix's Middlesbrough and Guisborough stores, with the winner taking home a PS32,000 vehicle.
Mr de Brenni said that if a property owner prefers to use a local licensed tradesperson from the register they should let their insurance company know.
Communities can also nominate a Trade Hero - a tradesperson helping a charity or community group.
If you are a tradesperson carrying waste you must have a waste carrier's licence issued by the agency.
The model is equipped with either a five-speed manual transmission or six-speed automated manual transmission and is designed for the 'specialist tradesperson or contractor'.
Jewson are also looking to highlight the work of young people within the construction sector with their Young Tradesperson of the Year competition.
LOOKING for a top class tradesperson can often cause lots of stress.
So when choosing a builder or other construction trade it is important that you ensure you are using a competent tradesperson as the cost of resolving issues is a lot more than we imagine.
People worried about their property or trees are urged to call a tradesperson themselves for an objective assessment.
Their expertise extends to wood or composite sundecks and aluminum railing and awnings too, and like any quality tradesperson they're happy to discuss design options and materials with you in advance of starting your job.