workmaster

workmaster

(ˈwɜːkˌmɑːstə)
n
a master workman
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Motoscreed is manufactured by Workmaster, 866/476-9217, and distributed by Airmatic Inc., 800/332-9770, both of Malvern, Pa.; www.workmaster.net, www.airmatic.com.
To further invest in customers' competitive advantage, Empire invested into two automated EDM cells by upgrading its CNC's and Sinker EDM capabilities combined with WorkMaster robots from System 3R to load and unloads workpieces and automate electrode changes.
The design, conceived by Rolls-Royce Designers Stefan Monro and Alex Innes and rendered by Faberge Lead Designer Liisa Talgren, has been brought to life by Faberge workmaster Paul Jones, creating a contemporary interpretation of one of the world's most fabled and prized possessions.
BY JUSTIN GANDERSON, EVAN SHERWOOD AND JASON WORKMASTER
It sold for PS68,750, while a rare and exquisitely delicate snowflake brooch designed by Alma Pihl (1888-1976), the only female Faberge workmaster, sold for PS112,500.
The 2018 crop includes a 1916 Case Model 20-40, 1956 Oliver Super 55 Diesel, 1969 IH 1256 Wheatland All-Wheel Drive, 1962 Ford 501 Workmaster Offset, 1949 Norseman Models N and O, 1965 John Deere 1010 Industrial, 1940 John Deere B, 1930 Massey-Harris GP 15/22, 1920 LaCrosse Line Drive Model M, 1974 Lamborghini R904DT, 1944 Case Model LAI and 1954 Ferguson Pony.
The Faberge Research Site offers this description for the egg, which was created by workmaster Henrik Wigstrom: "Opalescent white guilloche enamel covers a chased silver ground on this egg.
Mohsin Iqbal, sales director at Workmaster MENA, says this legislation will not only increase employer accountability, but will also contribute to greater onsite diligence by contractors and sub-contractors overseeing labourers.
Born in Finland, Erik Kollin was Faberge's first chief workmaster, and as such was in charge of all the company's workshops until 1886.
An inquest in Bradford was told Fejes was brought to Britain and put to work in local bed factories by a brutal workmaster.
(34.) In Night the Second of The Four Zoas (24:5-8) devilish Urizen is calld the "great Work master," a deity who divides the starry bands of heaven, "influence by influence," an allusion to Book Three in Paradise Lost (696), which refers to God as the "great WorkMaster." Edmund Spenser in An Hymn in Honor of Beauty (lines 29-42) speaks of "this worlds great work maister," who on "earth" as well as in "heaven" lay up in "secret store" forms of "wondrous paterne." Francis Bacon also refers to God as the "great work-master" in Of the Advancement of Learning, a deity who in deliberate indifference to Man, according to Bacon, placed the "stars" in mysterious (secret) orbits.
It has makers or sponsors marks for Henrik Wigstrom, a jeweller and goldsmith who was, from 1903, head workmaster for the Faberge firm.