shoemaking

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shoe·mak·er

 (sho͞o′mā′kər)
n.
One that makes or repairs shoes.

shoe′mak′ing n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shoemaking - the shoemaker's tradeshoemaking - the shoemaker's trade    
craft, trade - the skilled practice of a practical occupation; "he learned his trade as an apprentice"
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The local shoe makers presently find it difficult to earn a handsome profit, as the cost of manufacturing is soaring with the rising prices of raw material including leather, thread, piece of tyre and so on.
Tenders are invited for Supply of shoe makers tool kits and leather goods makers tool kits
I will view the high heel in a totally different light from now on, something that enhances the overall public image of a well dressed lady, and applaud Jimmy Choo and Louboutin, shoe makers to the rich and famous, for their efforts in fleecing the daft and vain out of their hard earned money, and in doing so presenting their menfolk with a vision of loveliness, mounted on shoes that would cripple the men who pay for them, financially, and physically.
I was impressed with the business model of the gentleman and how this can become a model for other Marikina shoe makers as well.
And here we thought all shoe makers already did that!
Should the EU try to impose terms risking British retaliation then, in my opinion, the car makers of Germany, the wine, cheese and car manufacturers of France, the fruit and vegetable growers of Spain, the wine, clothing and shoe makers of Italy would be in uproar.
The shoe makers and tailors said load shedding are the major reasons for not taking fresh orders.
With a handmade last by Freed of London pointe shoe makers, it features a regular-strength insole, a deep, rough-cut vamp, straight-cut sides and a naturally angled platform.
Other high-end brands that have opened standalone stores in Downtown recently include clothing brand Joseph and shoe makers Roger Vivier.
Rental chain Blockbuster and shoe makers Barratts have called in administrators and Tie Rack plans to close its 44 UK stores.
Dr Sian MacRae, of Kings College London, said there was no evidence to back up medical claims made by rocker sole shoe makers.