Journeyman

A journeyman is an individual who has completed an apprenticeship and is fully educated in a trade or craft, but not yet a master. To become a master, a journeyman has to submit a master work piece to a guild for evaluation and be admitted to the guild as a master. Sometimes, a journeyman is required to accomplish a three-year working trip, which ...
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journeyman

(from the article `work, history of the organization of`) ...engaged in commerce and formed groups known as merchant guilds. The majority, however, were small merchant-craftsmen, organized in craft guilds as ... ...development of manufacturing and commerce on a capitalist basis. The number of handicraft workers within the economy was ex...
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Journeyman

• (n.) Formerly, a man hired to work by the day; now, commonly, one who has mastered a handicraft or trade; -- distinguished from apprentice and from master workman.
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Journeyman

[boxing] In boxing, a journeyman is a fighter who has adequate skill but is not of the caliber of a contender or gatekeeper. Outside of boxing, a `journeyman` is a trader or crafter who has completed an apprenticeship, but is not at the level of a master craftsman. Hence, when applied to boxing, a `journeyman boxer` implies a fighter who is...
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Journeyman

Jour'ney·man noun ; plural Journeymen Formerly, a man hired to work by the day; now, commonly, one who has mastered a handicraft or trade; -- distinguished from apprentice and from master workman . « I have thought some of nature's journeymen had made men, an...
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Journeyman

A journeyman is a boxer with good boxing skills who strives to succeed but who has limitations and little or no expectations of winning a fight. Journeymen are often hired on short notice to fight up-and-coming prospects and contenders to pad their records.
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Journeyman

A journeyman is a boxer with good boxing skills who strives to succeed but who has limitations and little or no expectations of winning a fight. Journeymen are often hired on short notice to fight up-and-coming prospects and contenders to pad their records.
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Journeyman

A journeyman is a boxer with good boxing skills who strives to succeed but who has limitations and little or no expectations of winning a fight. Journeymen are often hired on short notice to fight up-and-coming prospects and contenders to pad their records.
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journeyman

A man who served his apprenticeship in a trade and worked as a fully qualified employee. The term originated in the regulations of the medieval trade guilds; it derives from the French journée...
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journeyman

A man who served his apprenticeship in a trade and worked as a fully qualified employee. The term originated in the regulations of the medieval trade guilds; it derives from the French journée (`a day`) because journeymen were paid daily. Each guild normally recognized three grades of worker – apprentices,...
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Journeyman

A player who has played (1) for many years; (2) for many different teams; and (3) often, but not alw
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Journeyman

a player who has represented many different clubs over their career.[151] Opposite of one-club man.
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Journeyman

A skilled fighter, while not necessarily a winning one. Used as opponents and to test up and coming boxers. They lack meaningful connections and take fights on short notice.
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journeyman

a skilled worker who has served as an apprentice in a trade or profession and is now fully recognized as competent in that trade.
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Journeyman

Craftsman or tradesman who has completed and passed an apprenticeship in a trade
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journeyman

one who has finished an apprenticeship and is now able to hire himself out by the day. Joe Gargary hired the journeyman Orlick to work in the blacksmith shop in Great Expectations.
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Journeyman

This is a term that means a fighter who is always ?in the game,? but not typically in title contention. A journeyman is used by up-and-coming fighters to test their skills and, in many cases, gain a recognizable win over a ?name? on their record. Journeymen are constantly on their own journey (never arriving) and part of a future champion?s journey...
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