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- n. The art of the cabinetmaker
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The art or occupation of making the finer articles of household furniture.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The occupation of a cabinet-maker; the making of fine furniture and the like.
- n. The selection of cabinet ministers; the formation of a political cabinet.
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- n. the craft of a joiner
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Two years later I was earning twice as much money as I had in cabinetmaking, which meant I could buy more things and of course pay more income taxes than I had before.
Jacques Émile Ruhlmann began his career as a painter and textile designer, with, amazingly, no formal training in cabinetmaking.
Basically, yes (though you have applied the incorrect tense to my cabinetmaking career).
I got into the custom architectural-woodworking/cabinetmaking biz in 1985, with my two brothers and another partner.
Fred ♪ ♫ ♪ says: [5th Estate says: despite having gone back into the high-end custom cabinetmaking biz]
A talented athlete and carpenter in his youth, he enrolled in a technical school to learn woodworking, cabinetmaking, painting, tiling, plumbing and roofing, and, after graduating, spent three years working in Sinai at some of Egypt's largest beach resorts.
At local foundries, print shops and cabinetmaking plants, he sees many jobs that require more than the on-the-job training that sufficed in years past, but less than a college degree.
The Moore collection also features antiques from all the major colonial cabinetmaking centers.
Cottage industries such as weaving, shoemaking, and cabinetmaking also helped the colony thrive.
The workbench was where Klaus relieved his frustration with his career by constructing things — from small carvings to cabinetmaking.