monumental mason


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monumental mason

nSteinmetz(in) m(f), → Steinbildhauer(in) m(f)

monumental mason

monumental sculptor nmarmista m, lapidario
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My monumental mason great-great-grandfather's business, James Hitt & Sons, carved headstones, tombs and angels across Cardiff.
Her first job was with a monumental mason company, where she learned the art of letter cutting, followed by a course in sculpture conservation.
He was a monumental mason whose business was in Argyle Rd.
She is in her thirties, fair-haired, five feet two, married, born in Scotland to a monumental mason father; had wanted to be a jockey ever since she was three years old and watched racing on television with her maternal grandmother.
There are other jarring comments, such as this on Oskar's apprenticeship to a monumental mason immediately after the war: 'While for Greff, swimming in ice-cold water is a form of "self-flagellation", the image of a hunchbacked dwarf working with granite serves as a macabre parody for the torture the so-called Untermenschen were forced to endure in the labor camps' (p.
He plays George, a monumental mason who enters into a pact with devilish Neville to rise from the dead, become famous and get the girl.
There was this monumental mason chipping away and I said "Listen, do you want to earn a score?
Any repairs will have to be carried out by an approved monumental mason.
While Robert put the family's survival down to his father, who used his skills as a monumental mason to reinforce the shelter, others in the raid were not so lucky.
TRAGEDY: Monumental mason Peter Evans, right, with family and colleagues, from left, Daniel Evans, Marcus Evans, Fred Evans and Ian Fenick
The council's bereavement officer and a local monumental mason will be on hand to give information about the next steps in the process.