In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(trade)carpintería (de obra) feminine
- Said Robert: ‘Boat building was very different from ordinary joinery.’
- A joiner by trade, Stuart has a lifelong passion for boating and has used his joinery skills to update parts of the former lifeboat.
- Apart from building sites, the other locations for members were the many joinery shops which prefabricated doors and frames.
- As an Instructor in carpentry and joinery at Fás in Ballytivnan, Basil is more than qualified to lead this team.
- He was looking for under-utilised joinery skills, a resourceful design team as well as local supplies of timber.
- John Joe O'Reilly, lecturer in carpentry and joinery said: ‘We are delighted with their achievements.’
- Hemmings went on to execute the woodwork as well as more sophisticated joinery work, including doors and window sashes, at Poplar Forest.
- Even students who are funnelled to the ‘trades’ will need to be trained to work in plumbing and joinery as the applied sciences they are.
- ‘I was inspired by him because of his joinery, his designs and his personality,’ said Ahadi.
- He is planning to teach his joinery skills to people in the area so they can rebuild their homes.
- The craft centre also offers tuition for the public who will be trained in joinery skills and the use of the equipment.
- What is disclosed is that he first cut his teeth in the family joinery and building business alongside his father and uncle.
- Henry soon realised that his son was as skilled in design as he was in construction and moved his son from joinery to architecture.
- He got involved in wood-work, learning the fine points of joinery and carpentry.
- Pat and son Fergus are involved in the Bolger family joinery and furniture business at Wells, Royal Oak.
- The workshop will also include a degree of joinery and painting of the finished forms.
- Mr Stevenson offers all general building services including plastering, joinery and brickwork.
- It was only a series of coincidences that saw Gary enter the theatrical world, instead of the world of joinery.
- Trainees can specialize in two-year courses in joinery, metalwork, agricultural machinery maintenance, and construction skills.
- The two Stuarts travelled with a group including part-time lecturer in carpentry and joinery, James Henderson.
2(work)carpintería (de obra) feminine
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