glassworker


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Noun1.glassworker - someone who cuts flat glass to sizeglassworker - someone who cuts flat glass to size
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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Usman Riaz, director of Mano Animation Studios, was present and shared his journey of working on the first feature hand-drawn animation made in Pakistan, The Glassworker.
The original occupant was glassworker Moses Pierce but Revere's cousin, boatbuilder Nathaniel Hichborn later owned it, and it stayed in the family until 1864.
Naeem, a resident of Kasur, was a glassworker and had come to Lahore for buying glass from the local market.
Caption: A stained glass window created by Jewish artist Marc Chagall with glassworker Charles Mard in 1974 depicts the Virgin and Child in Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral in France.
Determination and evaluation of free silica in the respirable zone of glassworker with X-Ray Diffraction Method.
With a record eight ABA senior titles, a Commonwealth Games gold and a host of Multi Nations golds, the St Helens glassworker captained the British boxing team at two Olympic Games - but he couldn't quite bring home a medal to make his collection complete.
A local glassworker, Rafi Ahmad, said that voters in the city expected a leader who would strengthen law and order.
Experts there recognised that they were made by revered glassworker William Bielby in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in around 1765.
Glassworker Ally Noble's work, right, is based on the reflections caused by water and light.
The auction, now in its fifth year, has raised more than pounds 75,000 to date and will feature work by Birmingham figurative artist Stephen Earl Rogers, jeweller Lisa Juen, Worcestershire photographer Nic Gaunt, Henley-in-Arden-based illustrator Julie de Bastion and Warwickshire glassworker Ruth Spaak.
The topics include raw materials and manufacturing processes of neolithic pottery from Switzerland, Egyptian blue in Greek painting between 2500 and 50 BC, a possibly foreign glassworker at Amarna, the microanalysis of glass by laser induced plasma spectroscopy, lead isotopes and Archaeology, and industrial waste from the medieval sugar refinery at the Tawah en-Sukkar in Jordan.