timber merchant

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timber merchant

n (Brit) → commerciante m/f di legname
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Barbicane had made a large fortune as a timber merchant.
I had two horses, and the timber merchant, the deputy-mayor, had three.
Sally Leitch-Devlin ASIMPLY dress the bare wood with a nice piece of timber, or go to a DIY store or timber merchant and get some flat mouldings, then use adhesive to stick them over the threshold.
What should we Sally Leitch-Devlin ASIMPLY dress the bare wood with a nice piece of timber, or go to a DIY store or timber merchant and get some flat mouldings, then use adhesive to stick them over the threshold.
Lt Johnston was the third son of Stirling timber merchant Mr James Johnston.
The Committee was briefed by the representative of Karachi Timber Merchant Group on the proposals prepared by the Timber Merchants.
Nordstrom was originally founded on Sunderland's Nile Street by Herman Nordstrom in 1953 and today remains the largest independent timber merchant in the city.
During investigation, it was revealed that Audi car is registered in the name of Brijnath Ramnath, a timber merchant and resident of Rajouri Garden.
Wales selected their squad mostly from Wrexham side Druids and it comprised "two lawyers, a timber merchant, a student, a soldier, a stonemason, a physician, a miner, a chimney sweep, an office worker and an insurance company employee".
Her mother was Irish actress Moyna MacGill; her father, Edgar Lansbury, was a timber merchant.
He was "discovered" by a passing timber merchant, who measured him and told him he may be eligible for the world record.
He plays Jacob Bindel, a wealthy timber merchant turned movie producer in an Eastern European town in the early 1900s.

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