asphalter

asphalter

(ˈæsfæltə)
n
a person who spreads a layer of asphalt
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They were Percy Milner, a coster aged 32; Thomas Manders, a rubber worker, 34; Thomas Riley, a capstan hand, 30; most gangster was to an end Michael Galvin, an asphalter, 41; Joseph Wilson, a miner, 45; and William Giles, the taxi driver, 28.
He puts his respiratory problems down to working as an asphalter from the ages of 15 to 26 but admits his smoking habit doesn't help.
Mr Doran, an asphalter, dialled 999 and paramedics took his daughter to the Royal Liverpool hospital, where doctors were unable to revive her and she was certified dead later that morning.
The former road asphalter suffered from Korsakoff's psychosis, a form of dementia caused by alcoholism, which left him confused.
Russell's punching power comes from working the roads as an asphalter with his main sponsor Tam Crumlish.
Dudney, a 22-year-old asphalter, of Pinnell Road, Eltham, pleaded guilty to making an explosive substance, a nail bomb, and causing criminal damage the night before by breaking the window of the restaurant.
And Coseley-based Millard, an asphalter by trade, reckons it's going to stage one hell of a party.
Former asphalter Terry said: "Six months ago I didn't even have a dinner suit, now I've never got it off.
I was an asphalter, tarring roofs, for about five years, saved some money and bought a cafe in Woolwich market.