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Although the construction is inherited from World Cup engineering, the wood-laminate core and complicated layup—it takes a lot of handwork to put all the pieces together—offer race-level-precision edge hold on a far more manageable level.

You see the handwork, the glue, how the people in the agency were working on it.

The Odyssey will be used, however, in schools where there is no handwork and no chance of seeing collections of suitable objects.

Many pleasant experiments are to be made in connecting some of the handwork of the youngest children with their literature.

What is there left for the representatives of handwork, these numberless millions of proletarians or of small farmers?

But from October onwards through the whole winter and up to the end of May, the demand for handwork never slackens.

Bassett thought he saw the handwork of some enterprising journalist, and smiled grimly.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to handwork, such as: workmanship, creation, design, handicraft, invention, and doing.

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