monumental mason


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monumental mason

nSteinmetz(in) m(f), → Steinbildhauer(in) m(f)

monumental mason

monumental sculptor nmarmista m, lapidario
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A tradesman who described himself as a "monumental mason" furnished a book of tomb designs, and Mr.
During the rest of the week, there's a chance to congratulate Myrddin ap Dafydd on his success with his latest book and a Monumental Mason business in Llanbrynmair which is celebrating a century this year.
He became a doctor, formed a lifelong friendship with monumental mason and fellow Irish home-ruler, cultural and language enthusiast Morgan Jageurs, and contributed extensively to Irish-language publishing and book collecting in Melbourne.
Her first job was with a monumental mason company, where she learned the art of letter cutting, followed by a course in sculpture conservation.
"He was a monumental mason whose business was in Argyle Rd., Llandudno, later taken over by my brother, Dennis who later moved off Madoc Street.
She is in her thirties, fair-haired, five feet two, married, born in Scotland to a monumental mason father; had wanted to be a jockey ever since she was three years old and watched racing on television with her maternal grandmother.
There are other jarring comments, such as this on Oskar's apprenticeship to a monumental mason immediately after the war: 'While for Greff, swimming in ice-cold water is a form of "self-flagellation", the image of a hunchbacked dwarf working with granite serves as a macabre parody for the torture the so-called Untermenschen were forced to endure in the labor camps' (p.
He plays George, a monumental mason who enters into a pact with devilish Neville to rise from the dead, become famous and get the girl.
"There was this monumental mason chipping away and I said "Listen, do you want to earn a score?" and I told him to put my name on the gravestone and my date of birth and leave the next bit blank."
My monumental mason great-great-grandfather's business, James Hitt & Sons, carved headstones, tombs and angels across Cardiff.
"Any repairs will have to be carried out by an approved monumental mason."
While Robert put the family's survival down to his father, who used his skills as a monumental mason to reinforce the shelter, others in the raid were not so lucky.