craftmanship


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craftmanship

(ˈkrɑːftmənʃɪp)
n
another word for craftsmanship
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However, an educated closer inspection may reveal some very important differences -- differences in materials, design and craftmanship -- that greatly affect the window's energy efficiency, longevity and beauty.
Short stories are a real test of craftmanship and Smith delights on all fronts with this collection on coincidence, life, love and death.
This is an accomplished and academic building, in which detailing and immaculate craftmanship are a constant pleasure.
The Japanese firm say the newcomer will also be built to the highest level of craftmanship and quality.
Businessman Darren Grant visited Beijing last October and was amazed at the quality of the craftmanship.