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craft·work

 (krăft′wûrk′)
n.
Work made or done by craftspeople.

craft′work′er n.

craftwork

(ˈkrɑːftˌwɜːk)
pl n
1. (Crafts) works of artistry or craft
2. (Crafts) the practice of a craft
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Despite last year's surgery leaving her unable to drive, Lucy - now a selfemployed craftworker - was determined to show up, rain or shine, at 30 events across the country.
The fact that 50% of AT&T's work force during the late 1960s and early 1970s were women, at the same time that women were almost totally absent from management or craftworker positions, was assumed to be prima facie evidence that AT&T had discriminated against them.
Braverman's point of departure was the craftworker who obtains fulfillment through the creation of objects first conceived in the imagination.
Our combined logic led us to envision an influential beadworker from an influential family beginning this technique, then others, wanting to emulate this craftworker which they admired, adopting her technique of filling in backgrounds.
A spokesman for Kirklees Building Services said: "The benefit that apprenticeship training gives us as a business is that the skills that our current workforce possess are passed onto the next generation of craftworker and this helps us to maintain a good quality of workmanship.
By this we mean the region into which a craftworker will bring a small workpiece (whenever possible) a foot or so in front of the eyes for precise, comfortable depth perception, and in easy reach of both hands.
8) Finally, feminist critics have added that Braverman's portrait of the craftworker neglects the relationship between male craftworkers and the unwaged domestic labor of their wives.
But so strong were his instinctive attachments to the middle ages that he cared much more than Marx about the subjective aspect of this transition; he wanted, following [John] Ruskin, to understand the spirit of the craftworker, first in the middle ages and then under capitalism.
There will also be a demonstration of the ancient tradition of corn dolly making by local craftworker, Jenny Pritchard of Elwy Crafts.
Respected craftworker Thyra Moses of the Spokane tribe (sadly, now deceased) assisted in putting together this diagram of a bead hat pattern.
Having a skilled craftworker in the family may help an applicant find out about openings.