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wireworks

(ˈwaɪəˌwɜːks)
n
(Metallurgy) (functioning as singular or plural) a factory where wire or articles of wire are made
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His white mice live in a little pagoda of gaily-painted wirework, designed and made by himself.
He is the latest businessman to pull out of The Junction which has gone through a succession of landlords including Terry Rose of The Old Wireworks, Lindley.
The police also arrested Arslan and Suleman from Sugar Morh Jhumra Road and recovered heavy quantity of wireworks from their possession.
Batala Colony police also held five persons on the charge of selling wireworks.
It could be the time my partner Preston Rabl and I met Wire and Plastic Products' managing director Gordon Sampson in 1985 at the Dartford wireworks, smelling of vinegar and chips after a rushed lunch in a fish-and-chip shop on Dartford High Street because Gordon wouldn't spring for lunch.
We saw the potential of the area knowing that there are 12,000 households located there, said Casimiro, who sells Patika Beads and Wireworks at the two weekend markets.
SPLURGE WIREWORKS MEZZA OAK TISSUE BOX CUBE PS29.50 from wayfair, www.wayfair.co.uk WHO knew that a tissue box could add so much style?
However, players do know that if they poke fingers around inside Griffiths' wireworks he can short circuit.
As part of the PWS Second Nature collection, the clever use of space saving interior wireworks in the pantry is a life saver.
The Latte was scheduled for October 3rd at Wireworks Coffeehouse on the River Walk.
Proving that where there's muck there's brass in Warrington have been Greenall Whitley's and Walker's breweries and Rylands wireworks. Then there's also steel and ironworking, pin-making, fustian cutting, velvet-making, cottonmilling, glass-blowing and even shipbuilding.