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I motioned to them to bring some of their handywork to me; and in an instant a dozen wreaths were at my disposal.
A club which offers retired men the chance to keep busy by practising their handywork has been gifted PS500 worth of tools by a retired joiner.
Not only had the driver ruined the worker's handywork, but he had obstructed the view for other drivers and pedestrians, risking prosecution.
MY HANDYWORK Swansea boss Paul Clement called on his players to fight for survival
1 The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. 2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge.
Despite his home handywork skills, the cocky chucker - after a brilliant UK Open performance - is baffled why his Premier League form has collapsed like a cheap and nasty MFI wardrobe.
The event is organised for motor enthusiasts who are keen to learn more about restoring their own classic cars and others who like to show off their handywork following restoration.
Tyrone is left unconscious when he falls through a dodgy floorboard while admiring Jason's handywork at No.9.
The design, which was created on the 10ft sail of a racing boat, is the handywork of SRC Bede Sixth Form student, Laura Caveth-Marshall.
On the bare walls there were drawings of horses, riders and carts thought to have been the handywork of young Anthony Bostock.
His success would terrify the artist; he would rush away from his odious handywork, horror-stricken.