Craft

Another name for the practice of magick, especially Witchcraft.

craft

  1. the skilled practice of a practical occupation
  2. a vehicle designed for navigation in or on water or air or through outer space
  3. people who perform a particular kind of skilled work
  4. skill in an occupation or trade
  5. shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception

Craft

A craft is a pastime or a profession that requires some particular kind of skilled work. In a historical sense, particularly as pertinent to the Middle Ages and earlier, the term is usually applied to people occupied in small-scale production of goods, or their maintenance, for example by tinkers. The traditional terms craftsman and craftswoman ar...
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craft

(from the article `work`) ...by rigid, hereditary, hierarchical class structures. Kings and nobles ruled and were supported by warriors; priests served as government ... ...specialization in crops: vineyards and olive groves were concentrated in Greece and Italy, while cereals were cultivated in the richer soils of ... [2 related art...
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craft

[n] - people who perform a particular kind of skilled work 2. [n] - skill in an occupation or trade 3. [n] - shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception 4. [n] - a vehicle designed for navigation in or on water or air or through outer space 5. [v] - make by hand and with much skill
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Craft

• (n.) Those engaged in any trade, taken collectively; a guild; as, the craft of ironmongers. • (n.) Art or skill; dexterity in particular manual employment; hence, the occupation or employment itself; manual art; a trade. • (n.) Strength; might; secret power. • (v. t.) To play tricks; to practice artifice. • (n.) Cunning, ...
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craft

workmanship noun skill in an occupation or trade
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craft

trade noun people who perform a particular kind of skilled work; `he represented the craft of brewers`; `as they say in the trade`
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CRAFT

[aviation] In aviation, CRAFT is a mnemonic for the essential elements of a clearance under instrument flight rules (IFR). ==Overview== CRAFT stands for: ===Example=== Consider the following example of an IFR clearance: In this example, the clearance limit is Las Vegas Airport. The route is the HOLTZ7 Standard Instrument Departure, with a t...
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Craft

[manga magazine] Craft is a quarterly Japanese yaoi manga magazine published by Taiyō Tosho. A number of works published in this magazine have been licensed in English, mostly by Digital Manga Publishing. == Licensed titles published in Craft== ...
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Craft

[vehicle] In English the word craft since the 17th century has denoted a vehicle or watercraft/vessel that is used for transportation on the sea, in the air or in space. But it can be applied to fictional vessels such as time craft. It is primarily used as the root word to which prefixes are added, as in aircraft, hovercraft, watercraft, sa...
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Craft

Craft (krȧft) noun [ Anglo-Saxon cræft strength, skill, art, cunning; akin to Old Saxon , G., Swedish , & Danish kraft strength, Dutch kracht , Icelandic kraptr ; perhaps originally, a drawing together, stretching, from the root of English cramp .] 1. ...
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Craft

Craft transitive verb To play tricks; to practice artifice. [ Obsolete] « You have crafted fair. Shak. »
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craft

A boat, ship or airplane.
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craft

an aircraft or space vehicle
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CRAFT

Can't Remember A F***ing Thing
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Craft

Creation of handmade objects intended to be both useful and decorative; objects thus produced
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Craft

Erroneously thought to be short for witchcraft, this term is actually Masonic in origin, as in the craft of masonry that Masons were originally employed within. Many witches and Wiccans continue to refer to their practices as the Craft.
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craft

The creation or decoration of handmade artefacts with a practical purpose, using technical skill and manual dexterity. Crafts may be culture specific, such as Sioux beadwork in American Indian art....
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craft

The creation or decoration of handmade artefacts with a practical purpose, using technical skill and manual dexterity. Crafts may be culture specific, such as Sioux beadwork in American Indian art. Pottery, weaving, basketry, paper work, woodworking, and the manufacture of jewellery and stained glass are considered traditional crafts, many of which...
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