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  • n. Plural form of electrician.


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  • “If I call the electricians again, they’re going to think I’m fou in the head.”

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  • To-day is one of those nondescript bits of weather which she leaves behind in her stead when she wants to play truant; it is like that pathetic creature, the stand-in, who takes the place of a film actress during the tedious hours while the electricians are adjusting the lights, and who never appears in the finished film at all.

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  • While in the house, the bandits used the phone book and called electricians to the home, police said.

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  • The other other deal about plumbers and electricians, which is dissimilar to academics, is that they can hang up a shingle and make lots of money and be their own bosses.

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  • Thus, separating the creative industries by music, film and design is like defining the housing industry by carpenters, masons and electricians, which is fine for learning skills, but does little for the creation of whole products people truly want.

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  • Starting next year, CPS 'new "College and Career Academy" programs will be a living testament to that by training kids to walk out of senior year with the expertise to begin work in so-called "middle-skill" careers such as electricians, medical technicians, welders, and computer support services.

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  • Astrophysics may have a long way to go in explaining the behaviour of phenomena, but that does not mean we have to throw it all with the bathwater – cart blanche so to speak – just because a bunch of 'electricians' say so.

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  • White-collar and traditional blue-collar jobs, such as electricians, now require a similar level of academic preparation as college.

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  • Presently, there is a huge shortage of the traditional trades, such as electricians, fitters and turners, boilermakers and instrument makers.

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  • Contractors raised the same concerns last year over a provision that would have exempted religious groups from a requirement that commercial tradespeople, such as electricians or plumbers, carry liability insurance.

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