rope maker

rope maker

n
(Textiles) a craftsman who makes ropes
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Mary married rope maker James Blyth, whose grave is pictured Simon Greener
It is a rural form of miners' disease, pneumoconiosis Rope maker Angelina worked at Castle View from the age of 15 until the business closed in 2006.
As a side note, this device is often confused with an antique rope maker.
Rope maker Cortland will incorporate the high-performance fibre into its BOB 12x12 fibre rope, which will be used for the project as part of Rolls-Royce's Fiber Rope Development System (FRDS).
A rope maker entertains children at last year's Godiva Festival
Shepherd Offshore is also working with firms such as Steel rope maker Bridon and Duco, which supports the offshore oil industry.
Now run by Kevin McAndrew, it was originally the late 17th-century private dwelling of one William Deane, a leading rope maker who even had a rope walk out the back that stretched all the way to Queen Square.
ENGINEERING group FKI has gained access to the Chinese market for elevator rope after agreeing to acquire a 53pc stake in wire rope maker Tianjin Golik No1 for pounds 870,000.
Men who had been taunting the soldiers began to fall, including a rope maker named Samuel Gray and a runaway slave named Crispus Attucks.
BROTHERS Stephen and Lewis Coburn hit the net in the most traditional sense after buying Liverpool netting and rope maker Goodyear and Hick.
The agency attributed the increase to a number of large-scale bankruptcies during the month, including those of Dai Nippon Construction and major rope maker Tesac Corp.
Prior to launching the business, she worked for a Canadian subsidiary of PMI, a major United States rope maker.