Carpenter

[theatre] In theatre, a carpenter is a stagehand who builds sets and stage elements. They usually are hired by the production manager, crew chief or technical director and in some less common cases they may be hired by director or producer . They are usually paid by the hour. Carpenters receive drafting from the technical director who uses
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Carpenter

[SEPTA station] The station is in zone 2 on the Chestnut Hill West Line, on former Pennsylvania Railroad tracks, and is 9.8 track miles from Suburban Station. In 2004, this station saw 305 boardings on an average weekday. ...
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Carpenter

[disambiguation] A carpenter is a person who engages in carpentry, the craft of woodworking. Carpenter or Carpenters may also refer to: ==Communities and settlements== ==Natural features== ==Businesses== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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carpenter

[n] - a woodworker who makes or repairs wooden objects 2. [v] - work as a carpenter
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Carpenter

Car'pen┬Ěter noun [ Old French carpentier , French charpentier , Late Latin carpentarius , from Latin carpentum wagon, carriage.] An artificer who works in timber; a framer and builder of houses, ships, etc. Syn. -- Carpenter , Joiner . The carpent
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carpenter

noun a woodworker who makes or repairs wooden objects
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carpenter

verb work as a carpenter
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Carpenter

• (n.) An artificer who works in timber; a framer and builder of houses, ships, etc.
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Carpenter

[crater] In geological terms Carpenter is a somewhat young lunar crater, with features that have not been significantly eroded by subsequent impacts. Certainly it is much younger than the surrounding crater formations. The inner wall displays an appearance of slumping, particularly along the eastern face, and there is some development of te
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Carpenter

a skilled craftsman who shaped or made things of wood
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Carpenter

A skilled worker used to uncrate, install, dismantle, and recrate exhibit properties.
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Carpenter

Type: Term Pronunciation: kar′pĕn-tĕr Definitions: 1. George Alfred, British physician, 1859-1910. See: Carpenter syndrome
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Carpenter

construction workers who mainly work in wood.
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Carpenter

[surname] Carpenter is a surname. Its use as a forename or middle name is rare. Within the United States, it is ranked as the 189th-most common surname. The English meaning of carpenter is one who makes wooden objects and structures by shaping wood. ==Origin== Common use of the Carpenter surname in the English language is seen circa 1275-13
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Carpenter

[Hampshire cricketer] Carpenter (full name and dates of birth and death unknown) was an English cricketer who played for Hampshire county cricket teams organised by the Hambledon Club. Nyland played one first-class match in 1789 against Surrey. In the match, he scored 3 runs. ==External sources== ...
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CARPENTER

A skilled crew member in charge of repairing all wooden parts of a ship. As most of the ship is made of wood that makes him a very important person to have of board a pirate ship.
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Carpenter

Generally speaking, Carpenters are involved in work that does not need finishing, such as the erecting of structures (i.e. roofing, shuttering etc.). An old phrase used to differentiate between a Carpenter and Joiner is
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