- n. Plural form of stonemason.
“Railway contractors attempted to break the eight hour condition, by bringing in German stonemasons.”
“The stone farm buildings, the Manure Dryer, the Stallion Barn were built by Italian stonemasons London had hired.”
“Two Scottish stonemasons have begun working on a very special project – in Harlem, New York.”
“There are not many women high femme stonemasons, either, so you get serious attention, too.”
“With all the talk of who might have started the fire—the Dutch, the Catholics, the Quakers—I have finally unmasked the culprit: the stonemasons.”
“Built in 1884 by Chinese stonemasons for the Kohler and Frohling winery, this sherry-making building was converted into a barn for Jack London's prized Shire horses.”
“And sure enough, they had pulled up in front of a tall, thin building that was so crooked you might suspect that the stonemasons had enjoyed a little too much red wine when they were building it.”
“Other architects did this, but typically relied on careful measurements, a compass and a straightedge to create a precise template for the stonemasons.”
“Billy had a reputation in D.C. with stonemasons that he was the master," said Joseph Alonso, who began working with Mr. Cleland in 1985 and is now the cathedral's mason foreman.”
“His Scottish-born father and grandfather, both named William Cleland, had been stonemasons before him.”
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