Recent Examples of workman from the Web
But workmen carved the second Brave out of a plaster wall set for demolition.
Inside the building, which looks like a church, for instance, there is a mean old commercial time clock, like a conscience, where the workmen ring in and where dwell — shades of St. John the Scribe — the Chaplin Boswells, the publicity department.
Joe Hugley had a workman-like effort in Central’s 72-63 win over LIU-Brooklyn.
But the number of workmen trained on bamboo is dwindling.
The Associated Press reports that the Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee passed a bill that would allow PTSD to be treated under workman's compensation for first responders.
An estimated 7,600 gallons of benzene spilled from one of the cars, and about two days after the initial accident a workman's torch sparked the explosion.
This early period of experimentation cost Nobel his factory, which blew up, and the deaths of a number of workmen as well as his brother, Emil.
That might help the truly injured, whose claims to just compensation are hampered by the archaic rules of workman’s comp and the arbitrary caps of tort reform.
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First Known Use of workman
before 12th century
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