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- n. A person employed to manufacture or shape steel.
- n. A person employed to build steel structures, an ironworker.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a worker engaged in making steel
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They steelworker is going to squeak a lot over reduced wages or loss of job.
But King hid a secret from his Gilded Age cohorts and prominent family in Newport: for thirteen years he lived a double lifeas the celebrated white explorer, geologist, and writer Clarence King and as a black Pullman porter and steelworker named James Todd.
The second, Osama Ismail, lay recovering from surgery in a neighboring room while his father, Juma, a 43-year-old steelworker, stood by his bedside.
"I know I'm a steelworker and the bridge needs repair, but the government won't pay to fix it so we're out of luck."
An older gentleman from the audience, a retired steelworker, came up to me later and shook my hand and said about my story that's exactly how it is in the mill.
ÂToday's steelworker can be tomorrow's solar panel installer, which is why we have to embrace the clean energy future.
Today's steelworker can be tomorrow's solar panel installer, which is why we have to embrace the clean energy future.
Mr. Sugahara said he was 10 years old when his father, a steelworker, died in the battle at the age of 42.
Don Thomas, 60, of Mill Hall, a Penn State wrestling fan and former steelworker, said people were hoping a trial could be avoided so the boys wouldn't have to testify.
The only problem: the man in the commercial is no steelworker at all, but rather Chip Redden, an actor represent by Heyman Talent Agency in Cincinnati.
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