- n. Plural form of bookbinder.
““Attorneys and stockbrokers may earn considerably more than bookbinders or telephone repair technicians [ranked 83rd and 81st respectively], but these high-powered careers are hurt by anxiety, as both rank among the 20 most stressful jobs on our list.””
“The least stressful job, according to the study, was that of a bookbinder--though not all bookbinders would agree.”
“According to the study, the midlevel income of bookbinders is about $31,000.”
“I will shortly post interviews conducted with book artists, letterpress printers, fine press owners and expert bookbinders: those who specialize in traditional production practices.”
“It is a vanity project I admit it..a reason to spend days with bookbinders the most talented sort of artist and hours discussing paper and hand torn and dyed edges... but like a good photograph album, if 'this is your life' then I want it to be something that I am proud of.”
“Our products are made by local San Francisco master bookbinders, of which there are only three left.”
“She did a bunch of research, and found out that used books are the most common unwanted objects; they're also notoriously hard to recycle because of the kind of glue bookbinders used to use.”
“He moved the Safavid capital to Isfahan (there is a short film of the city showing the mosque and other buildings, with the camera showing close-ups of the tiles and mosaics), where there were workshops for painters, calligraphers, bookbinders and illuminators.”
“Perhaps one day BN will stop licking their own wounds, look up and grab them by the bookbinders.”
“The GPO workforce includes some of the best master printers, bookbinders, and other professionals of the publishing profession.”
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