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  • n. Someone who makes dies (devices for cutting shapes).

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  • n. someone who makes dies


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die +‎ maker


  • I've worked as a tool and diemaker for the last 35 years, both as a foreman and on the bench, probably half my career on each.

    Crooks and Liars

  • Being an unemployed tool and diemaker/mechanist for over a year, I am unable to get or afford insurance, my unemployment is running out and I am in remission from head and neck cancer.

  • Rotary diemaker RotoMetrics opens Bangkok facility


  • So long as people look down on the tool and diemaker and applaud the unemployed political science graduate in the family, and so long as employers insist on job candidates having degrees for jobs that don’t really need it, we’ll have this problem.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Are Lawyers A Productive Part of Society?

  • GM's been a part of my whole life, "said Seymore, whose father worked 32 years at GM as a diemaker and engineer. - RSS


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