bootmaking

bootmaking

(ˈbuːtˌmeɪkɪŋ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) the activity of making boots and shoes
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Cpl Tom Wood, 20, of 61 Fern House, had worked in the bootmaking department at Golcar Co-operative Society on Brook Lane, attended Golcar Baptist Sunday School and was a member of Golcar Liberal Club.
66) In Minsk, 23 of identified oppositionists were party members at the Bol'shevik tannery; 16 more worked at the Minsk shoe factory or the affiliated bootmaking workshop.
His next parole review is in March 2015, and Darby does not expect to be at a bootmaking bench until then.
In Melbourne, they hailed predominantly from suburbs like Collingwood, in which skilled trades such as bootmaking had once predominated, but which were falling into decline as those industries fragmented under the pressures of modernization.
After an apprenticeship in bootmaking with craftsman Bob McLean, Lyndsay launched Wilma Accessories.
Dublin beat Wexford by 23 points last month in the Leinster final; TURNING POINT Brogan, left, is shown red after the Parnell Park melee; PUTTING IN THE BOOT Bernard Brogan wears adidas adipure boot - which combines over 80 years of classic bootmaking skills with modern technology
RELAND and Newcastle United player Damien Duff was in Dublin to launch adiPure, the new boot by adidas, which combines the classic craftsmanship of 80 years' bootmaking experience with Traxion stud technology.
Over 80 years of bootmaking experience comes together to create adiPure - a boot that has an elegant look, a classic feel and the iconic black and white three stripe design.
Would it kill these bootmaking layabouts to put a bit of elastic in there so that lardy legged ladies can walk down the street without getting deep vein thrombosis?
Reinhold married and operated a bootmaking business in Toorak Road, South Yarra, in 1883-87 and it is probably in this period that he painted the two wonderful works in State Library of Victoria collection.
Charles Ager and his wife Mary arrived in Coventry in the 1820s to learn the craft of bootmaking from a cobbler in High Street.
For example, in the early 20th century, the McLaren School for Boys, a state correctional facility in Oregon, operated as a full-fledged shoe and bootmaking manufacturing center.