Recent Examples of plumber from the Web
However, heavy lifting requires a master electrician, and plumbing and HVAC repairs should be done by licensed plumbers and HVAC technicians.
In East Germany, nine out of 10 women worked outside the home, as teachers and secretaries, but also as chemists, bus drivers and plumbers.
Mario, the ubiquitous everyman hero of Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros. games, among many others, has hung up his plumber’s cap for good, according to an updated biography form Nintendo.
Gig workers who get paid through a digital labor platform, like Uber, are lumped in with labor statistics for all independent contractors, like plumbers, making pay estimates tricky.
Apprenticeships are business as usual for plumbers, who must have four years of instruction and four years of job experience in order to become licensed, said Frank Bilello, co-owner of Perfect Plumbing.
Berea plumber Hank Klink had to cut an interview with cleveland.com short to deal with a frozen pipe Wednesday morning.
My father is a plumber, just retired from GM after 30 years, and my mother has a high school diploma and had two kids by age 19 and works for AAA in Dearborn.
Over the years, plumbers have apparently linked up restaurant drain lines to the city’s stormwater system.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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