Thesaurus / piecer
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He is a born teller of stories and piecer together of circumstances that fit so closely that it is difficult to see the joints.
THE DAFFODIL MYSTERYEDGAR WALLACE
For the service of 240 spindles, in two double frames, one young woman, and an assistant piecer are sufficient.
The work of a big piecer is practically identical with that of a spinner, only that responsibility rests with the latter.
WOMEN IN MODERN INDUSTRYB. L. HUTCHINS
At the age of ten Livingstone was sent to work in a cotton factory near Glasgow as a “piecer.”
Dr. Livingstone attained his celebrity from being a piecer in a factory.
'I BELIEVE' AND OTHER ESSAYSCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
After serving a number of years as a piecer, he was promoted to be a spinner.
THE PERSONAL LIFE OF DAVID LIVINGSTONEWILLIAM GARDEN BLAIKIE
It required three hands—a spinner, a fore side piecer, and a back boy—to keep that pair of mules in operation.
He had been advanced in the factory from a ‘piecer’ to the spinning-jenny.
ZIGZAG JOURNEYS IN EUROPEHEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH