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  • noun Plural form of draftsperson.


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  • Mean, ugly, and vile (and I don't mean just the stuff by poor draftspeople), which is what good humor is.

    Eric Lurio: Cartoonist Molly Norris Lets the Terrorists Win Again

  • Some of them are fine draftspeople and have significant technical skills, but not one has any idea of what to do as an artist, either commercially or aesthetically.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • He said local draftspeople, architects, builders and contractors need to stick together, to help each other get work in days like these.

    Dave Pinter: Architecture Advice: $.05

  • We will need communications workers, more draftspeople, more environmental researchers and more teachers.

    The Big Three, the Big Swindle and the Boat We Might Catch

  • For example, an architectural firm specializing in office buildings incorporates all the architects, structural engineers, computer-aided design experts (draftspeople), model makers, accountants, etc., needed to conceptualize a large building, make sure it's within the realm of the physical and financial possibility, and communicate it to others.

    The Gadgeteer

  • There were about five engineers, and there were technicians, and there were draftspeople.

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