shopfitter


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shopfitter

(ˈʃɒpˌfɪtə)
n
a worker who makes and installs fittings for commercial premises
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shopfitter

[ˈʃɒpˌfɪtəʳ] N (esp Brit) → instalador(a) m/f comercial
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Richard Williams, defending, said Parry was a shopfitter who worked in this country then went to Thailand for three months at a time.
His victim was 32-year-old shopfitter Mark Fleeman, who had riled the drugged-up yob by gesturing to him about his erratic driving.
The former shopfitter and joiner had been ill for some time before his diagnosis, and employed a legal team before his death to investigate his exposure to asbestos.
Daniel, who works as a shopfitter, says: "This is our first place.
Shopfitter Mr Fleeman was driving to work along the M74 in the early hours of June 4 last year when Lyons repeatedly tried to crash his own van into him at more than 70mph.
Shopfitter Mark died and his passenger Lee Allsup, 17, was injured near Larkhall, Lanarkshire.
The 30-year-old shopfitter struck lucky in a three-acre pool, controlled by a small syndicate, and wins a snug Cypry Excel Camou Dome bivvy in our competition.
Mr Forsythe, 49, from Brighouse, West Yorkshire, was a shopfitter working to refurbish the bank branch, a Staffordshire Police spokesman revealed.
In the postcard Dave, a 53-year-old shopfitter, can be seen on a sunny day sitting in a deckchair reading a book next to his 51-year-old wife.
ShopFitter Ltd has launched the latest version of its fully configurable e-commerce site building tool, ShopFitter 2.0.
He trained as a shopfitter at the Volkswagen plant in Brunswick.