Noun(1) a craftsman who works with stone or brick
(1) Neighbours say the tight-knit village has been shocked to hear of the death of the self-employed stonemason and walling contractor.(2) Built in 1772 by a local stonemason , it had ended up being used as a boys' prep school.(3) James, a 26-year-old trainee organic farmer, and Tom a mature stonemason , both want to build their own homes without being saddled with a mortgage.(4) While in high school in the late 1940s, Stephen worked summers with his father, who was a stonemason and bricklayer.(5) He lived for 20 years in Phoenix, Arizona, where he worked as a stonemason , often at the artistic end of masonry.(6) It describes how family members over the years - through trades including farming, textiles, building and stonemasonry - have made a lasting impact on the village and its surrounding area.(7) We did use local stonemasons , but I had to teach them how to build the two-foot-thick walls in a particular style.(8) The restoration business needed additional stonemasons and bricklayers, but not full time.(9) The temple, the first to be built in America entirely from stone, is taking shape with seven master stonemasons in residence.(10) Their origins as a firm of stonemasons can be seen in the quality of their stonework, which was described as second to none.(11) Edinburgh has us to thank for the beautiful buildings in the city which were designed and built by stonemasons , in the days before architects.(12) Supported by other construction workers, stonemasons working on the quadrangle of the new University of Melbourne marched to the site of Parliament House on 21 April 1856.(13) This is called the Grand Gallery and is a truly spectacular example of stonemasonry .(14) No masonry has fallen from St Martin's but stonemasons carrying out routine repairs raised concerns about potential damage in the light of the fatal accident and the bad weather forecast for the coming weekend.(15) Over four days of tough competition, the best of the world's young people fight for the title of world champion in 36 trades ranging from cookery, welding and stonemasonry to information technology, carpentry and computer-aided design.(16) The only part of the inscription visible suggests that this piece of stonemasonry should really be at the head of the last resting place of a woman called Elizabeth.
(1) stonemason :: klipmesselaar
1. mason ::
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