master mason


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master mason

n.
1. An expert mason.
2. Master Mason The third degree of Freemasonry.
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Darel was a Master Mason for 54 years as a member of the Morning Star Lodge and also a member of the Scottish Rite.
Florian, the master mason on this ambitious grand design likens his role to that of a conductor getting his 'orchestra' of skilled craftsmen to work in rhythm and harmony.
Florian, the master mason on this ambitious grand design, likens his role to that of a conductor getting his "orchestra" of skilled craftsmen to work in rhythm and harmony.
The Grade II* listed property was built in 1740 for the Cotterell family by the master mason and builder, Thomas Woodward.
As a 32nd degree master mason in the Scottish Rite, Rick Witherspoon understands the concept of loyalty, fraternity and serving others.
Every aspiring master Mason stepped into the role of Hiram, enacting his murder, burial, and exhumation in the liminal phase of a structured rite of passage.
The walls of the enclosed prayer hall are completely white with nurah, a uniquely Hadhrami limestone plaster that is almost as reflective as a mirror when applied by a master mason, and entirely impervious to water.
It was an evolutionary process, probably initiated by royal masons and carpenters and taken to workshops where local craftsmen under the supervision of the master mason developed the form.
I'd be stoked to learn that Koston is a worthy brother Master Mason, and not just a young hot-shot using a centuries-old insignia of the oldest and most honorable fraternity in the world, to sell a product.
MASTER mason Sean Adcock, Penisarwaun, achieved a notable double last weekend when winning the professional sections at both the Yorkshire Open and Mid Lancashire dry stone walling competitions.
The 18th-century apprentice pillar carries the legend that the master mason murdered his boy apprentice in a jealous rage.
Fred, who lives in Cheylesmore with his wife Kath, worked under the guidance of master mason Harold Ratcliffe as contractor John Laing and Son built the new cathedral.

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