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wireworks

(ˈwaɪəˌwɜːks)
n
(Metallurgy) (functioning as singular or plural) a factory where wire or articles of wire are made
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I think originally the property was owned by the gentleman that ran the wireworks from the cottages above us.
They say Redbrook Bridge, Lydbrook Bridge and the Wireworks Bridge, that cross the River Wye at Tintern in Monmouthshire, are being examined to determine their condition and to review opportunities to secure their future.
However, players do know that if they poke fingers around inside Griffiths' wireworks he can short circuit.
As part of the PWS Second Nature collection, the clever use of space saving interior wireworks in the pantry is a life saver.
The Latte was scheduled for October 3rd at Wireworks Coffeehouse on the River Walk.
Proving that where there's muck there's brass in Warrington have been Greenall Whitley's and Walker's breweries and Rylands wireworks.
4pm: Our client in Manchester calls regarding the Wireworks Development in Warrington and asks for three copies of all drawings and elevations to be sent to him in tonight's post.
mills, and wireworks of Northern Liberties and adjacent neighborhoods
The Chilli Road Band and Heaton Voices will provide free entertainment and there will be a bouncy castle and Wireworks ( the chance to make wire sculptures.
28) The village's blast and forge furnaces and its three-story wireworks (29) had employed a good portion of these laborers for decades.
The Accent of Design Award given for Best Overall Collection was given to two international and first time exhibitors: Paola Lenti of Italy for her collection of handfinished rugs, furniture and bedcovers; and Wireworks of the United Kingdom for their collection of home accessories fabricated with wire.
His mother, who worked at Christie's wireworks just down the road from their house, died of cancer at 64.