ironmaster

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ironmaster

(ˈaɪənˌmɑːstə)
n
(Commerce) Brit a manufacturer of iron, esp (formerly) the owner of an ironworks
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Sir Leicester sits down in an easy-chair, opposing his repose and that of Chesney Wold to the restless flights of ironmasters.
That," observes Sir Leicester with unspeakable grandeur, for he thinks the ironmaster a little too glib, "must be quite unnecessary.
Rouncewell being spirited off from her natural home to end her days with an ironmaster.
Will it be more comprehensible, Sir Leicester, if I say," the ironmaster is reddening a little, "that I do not regard the village school as teaching everything desirable to be known by my son's wife?
Therewith the ironmaster takes his departure, Sir Leicester ringing the bell and my Lady rising as he leaves the room.
His 30 years in the local ironstone mines, owned by ironmasters Bolckow and Vaughan, began at the Old Bank pit, followed by Lowther's Drift, Lazenby Bank, Upsall Pit and Trustee Drift.
Merthyr's ironworkers and ironmasters were also exporting their skills.
It includes the singles Ironmasters and Greenback Dollar.
The company behind the 700 acre Wynyard Park estate near Stockton is putting forward plans to develop the South West Ironmasters site as an Advanced Manufacturing Park.
Russell Lawrence, Hugh Jones and Helen Trowmans all work for AdminRe (formerly Windsor Life Assurance) on Ironmasters Way, plus they've simultaneously got onto the property ladder at Telford's eco-friendly Millennium Village by Bryant Homes - with Russell and Helen next door to each other and Hugh directly opposite.
His arrangement is by topic, among them landlords and tenants, ironmasters and nail-makers, pubs and publicans, gentleman's houses, churches and chapels, local government, and redevelopment.
In the nineteenth century their number incorporated ironmasters, cottonmasters, brewers, engineers, and even newspaper proprietors.