Recent Examples of workman from the Web
That’s right, Worksman has always made bikes for workmen.
Efforts to defuse the latest round of violence there were complicated this week when an Israeli security guard at the Israeli embassy in Amman killed a workman who attacked him, as well as a bystander.
The workmen circle up and remove their hard hats, asking God to keeping them safe and strong, thanking heaven for allowing them to do this vital work for their fellow islanders.
While workmen secured the doors with larger bolts, a zoo attendant stood by with a loaded rifle — just in case.
Only a trusted few of Ford’s workmen had access to the space.
Michigan opened the game with a workman-like, 16-play, 64-yard scoring drive.
While workmen were digging out its basement and removing its innards, prices in prime London were soaring as international buyers piled into its luxury market.
The workman had cut the cord connecting the president’s office to the Strategic Air Command, a vital link that would allow the president to launch a nuclear attack.
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First Known Use of workman
before 12th century
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