Artisan

An artisan (from artisan, artigiano) is a skilled craft worker who makes or creates things by hand that may be functional or strictly decorative, for example furniture, decorative arts, sculptures, clothing, jewellery, household items and tools or even mechanical mechanisms such as the handmade clockwork movement of a watchmaker. Artisans practice...
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Artisan

• (n.) One trained to manual dexterity in some mechanic art or trade; and handicraftsman; a mechanic. • (n.) One who professes and practices some liberal art; an artist.
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artisan

(from the article `organized labour`) ...was a complex phenomenon, rooted in distinctive structures of culture, community, and ideology as well as in craft identity. American workers of ... The Spanish crafts flourished in the encomenderos` cities, practiced by artisans who had a far humbler social profile than the encomenderos but were...
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Artisan

[group] Artisan was a British vocal harmony trio from England, who sang a cappella from 1985 to 2005. They consisted of songwriter Brian Bedford, his wife Jacey Bedford, and Hilary Spencer. ==History== Artisan formed in 1984 when Jacey and Brian Bedford invited Hilary Spencer to sing with them at a concert at Birdsedge Village Hall near Hud...
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Artisan

Ar'ti·san noun [ French artisan , from Latin artitus skilled in arts, from ars , artis , art: confer Italian artigiano . See Art , noun ] 1. One who professes and practices some liberal art; an artist. [ Obsolete] 2. ...
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Artisan

A class of membership of a golf club with restricted rights at a low cost. Historically, many British golf clubs had small artisan sections, drawn from the working classes. Typically artisan members had limited playing rights, could not enter the clubhouse, had no vote on the management of the club, played in separate competitions from the main mem...
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artisan

A group or class in a society engaged in production of secondary goods, such as craftsmen, mechanics and labourers. Artisans usually live in cities or large towns and are skilled or semi-skilled.
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artisan

A skilled manual craftsperson.
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Artisan

A small production, handmade cheese using traditional methods, though the cheesemaker may not own the milking animals directly.
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Artisan

A term describing cheese made in small batches, often with milk from a limited number of farms. Having unique texture or taste profiles developed in small sealed production or by specialized producers.
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artisan

artisan 1. A skilled manual worker; a crafts person. 2. A skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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Artisan

someone who practices a craft as a livelihood, as opposed to an artist, who practices an art for its own sake.
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Artisan

someone who practices a craft as a livelihood, as opposed to an artist, who practices an art for its own sake.
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