Stone mason

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a mason who works or builds in stone.

See also: Stone

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They were the work of Athenian stone masons of the fourth and fifth centuries before Christ, and they were very simple, work of no great talent but with the exquisite spirit of Athens upon them; time had mellowed the marble to the colour of honey, so that unconsciously one thought of the bees of Hymettus, and softened their outlines.
Stone Mason looks up to the task in the second division of the Cumwhinton Maiden Stakes at Carlisle, after finishing third on his racecourse bow at the start of the month.
TOP TIPS - CARLISLE: 5.05 Exceptional, 5.40 Milltown Star, 6.10 Potenza, 6.45 Caravan Of Hope, 7.15 STONE MASON (NAP), 7.50 Global Gift, 8.20 Roar, 8.50 Majestic Stone.
We are currently waiting for the professional stone mason that installed the plinth to advise us of the best way to remove the graffiti without damaging the beautiful Portland stone."
Plans are for a stone mason to repair and tuck point the corners.
Mr Mang'atha, a stone mason, was also found guilty of helping the Standard Six pupil procure an abortion.
At the same time it was pointed out to me that some notices had been placed at different points explaining the situation as follows: "Remedial measures will generally include consideration of the following: "Supported by means of a wooden temporary support these will be placed discreetly to help support the memorial whilst the council attempts to contact the grave owner or stone mason.
A Balfron stone mason this week added to his RHS Chelsea Flower Show accolades.
He also worked for himself as a skilled stone mason. Richard enjoyed his time spent with his family and friends especially his grandchildren who were the love of his life.
Magistrates fined the stone mason PS200 and banned him from driving for 12 months.
1 HIS parents Peter and Maggie were teach ers and Jude says they named him after the Beatles song Hey Jude and Thomas Hardy's famous novel Jude The Obscure, about the life and loves of young stone mason Jude Fawley.