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STONECUTTERS ISLAND in Hong Kong used to be a favoured habitat for poisonous snakes and eye-catching birds such as the white-bellied sea eagle.
His father, John, was a renowned stonecutter who owned the John Stevens Shop, which opened in 1705.
Richard Benson, a stonecutter’s son with the skills of a master machinist who developed innovative techniques to print photographs that had the artistic depth of paintings, died on Thursday in Providence, R.I.
Built in 2004 by stonecutters Connie and Brenda Edward, this version is officially called the University of Texas of the Permian Basin Stonehenge and is located on its campus.
After trying to break a stone by tapping it repeatedly, the stonecutter finally cracked it with a tap.
The continent’s first commercial marble quarry was cut into Mount Aeolus, and stonecutters came from all over the world to work its stone throughout the 19th century.
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STONECUTTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stonecutter for English Language Learners
: a person who cuts or carves stone
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