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pud·dler

 (pŭd′lər)
n.
One that puddles iron or clay.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.puddler - a worker who turns pig iron into wrought iron by puddling
ironworker - a person who makes articles of iron
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Meunier sought to dignify industrial labour in monumental paintings and sculptures such as The Puddler (1884/87-88; Fig.
Boys had more career choices than girls and their remarkably varied jobs included tailor, shoemaker, carpenter, solicitor's clerk, puddler, blacksmith, gardener, farmer, baker, French polisher, hairdresser, weaver, stoker and engine fitter's assistant.
His father was a puddler, and there were Bloomers still active in the Black Country iron trade as late as the 1990s.
Fentimans started producing botanical brews in 1905 when Thomas Fentiman, an iron puddler from Cleckheaton, was approached by a fellow tradesman for a loan.
The rings of the Duke were discussed: He had eleven altogether on the two hands yesterday--large massive gold affairs--such as a lucky reefer, or puddler, might wear.
My great grandfather was a steel puddler, one of those professions which I think has died out, in the steel works at Ironbridge in Shropshire.
The future of the Welsh puddler passing just now is not so pleasant.
Illustrating her point with a photographic plate of Belgian sculptor Constantin Meunier's Puddler adorned with bold red arrows indicating the price tag that employers had attached to the eyes, arms, legs, and fingers of the Pittsburgh steel workers, Eastman made abundantly clear the commodifying impact of the common law;(142) in her view, the only difference between workmen's compensation and the common law of work accidents was that the common law established shockingly stingy prices.
Iron puddler George Roberts testified that he had seen Myra Strunk hand Hoover a note in his store, while glass blower Levi Pierce depicted Strunk in the days prior to the murder as "wild" and "incoherent.
His early working life was spent as a puddler, agitating molten iron with a long hook in a Walker Ironworks.
So let me introduce George Benjamin Thorneycroft, sometime puddler of Bradley, who in 1824 stepped up to manage the Shrubbery Ironworks in Horseley Fields.
My great grandfather was a steel puddler, one of those professions which I think has died out, and he worked in the steel works at Ironbridge in Shropshire.