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I was an Innkeeper, who loved to carouse; J was a Joiner, and built up a house.
The letter from his son, who had finished his apprenticeship as journeyman joiner half a year ago, was sufficiently frivolous.
James Ballybarn was a regularly taught carpenter and joiner, and his knowledge was brought into use.
They cherished the plan for years; he was a joiner, and hired himself of his owner for about two hundred dollars a year.
On a new building the joiner fits up a temporary workshop with benches, sawing stools and a stove for his glue pot.
The structure and properties of wood should be thoroughly understood by every joiner.
Hence the joiner obtains the planks, deals, battens and strips from which he shapes his work.
Of the angle joints (fig. 2) in common use by the joiner the following are the most important.
The task of the selection belongs to the employer or the architect; the fixing is performed by the joiner.
He was a booster and a joiner, but behind all of his activities was a wistful wonder as to what life holds.
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