cabinet-making

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cabinet-making

[ˈkæbɪnɪtˌmeɪkɪŋ] nebanisteria
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Poyser, "to make a bit more convenence at home for nice jobs o' cabinet-making.
If a thing's handsome and useful, and good cabinet-making, it's good enough for me.
I have heard what your trade is,' observed Miss Wren; 'it's cabinet-making.
The cabinet-making factory, which became the Brentford Nylon n works and is today the Stonehills modern business park, is the last of the old CWS buildings.
Roy Bloomer, defending, said Hooke hoped to put the incident behind him and complete an NVQ in cabinet-making at Warwickshire College.
He enjoyed wrought-iron work, fishing, and cabinet-making.
Headquartered in San Diego, CA, NOVI has over a decade of expertise in "Light-Gauge" Steel construction methods and over 25 years of consulting experience in the craft of cabinet-making.
The 41-year-old, who runs an online cabinet-making business, spent just pounds 1,500 and three months making the 16ft x 16ft (5m x 5m) hideaway in his spare time.
This was a large cabinet-making depository making everything including parquet flooring, as it had a commission to furnish and fit out Liechtenstein Palace.
Earlier this year, Thomas won the silver award for cabinet-making at the Yorkshire regional Skill Build contest.
Brandt successfully worked as designer for various industries but her brilliant career was ended by a combination of the depression, new Bauhaus director Hannes Meyer (who combined the metal and cabinet-making workshops into an interior design department), and the rise of the Nazis who made sure no lefty Bauhaus product got any work.
Two businesses that shared the building in an industrial section of Van Nuys - Allbright and a cabinet-making business - were gutted in the fire, which was reported at 7:49 a.