- n. Plural form of machinist.
“Parties called the machinists and the anti-machinists fought each other and the latter won.”
“It's 20,000 employees have a contract which expires on December 1, and union leaders have said the same outsourcing issues producing the impasse for the machinists will be a major issue for SPEEA members.”
“This would leave us and the "machinists" with only the problem of language and cognition.”
“This is done by placing the pattern on the table and turning benzine or naphtha over it to cut the paint and then wiping the pattern dry on both sides with an old cloth, or, better still, with common waste — such as machinists use to clean machinery; this is cheap and absorbs the paint and naphtha quickly.”
“Jimmie came to "machinists", and gave a guilty start; then he came to "motor-cycle drivers" and "motor-cycle repairers" -- and suddenly he clenched his hands.”
“- No annotations, although we'll find out about the "machinists" soon enough.”
“The skilled tradesmen - machinists, welders, draftsmen and pipe fitters eat together near the rail yard.”
“In 1968 a small group of women working as machinists in a factory were classified as unskilled and this became the torch that would burn fires of inequality around the world.”
“As Brown made his way down North Prince Street, he encountered immigrants from Germany, England, Ireland, and Poland, families supported by men who worked as policemen, machinists, and clerks.”
“We have a shortage of certified welders, machinists and CAD people who have decent mechanical knowledge.”
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