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  • noun Plural form of fitter.

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Examples

  • When hundreds of skilled pipe fitters and welders left their homes in India to work in the United States, they weren't running from war or poverty or repression -- but towards opportunity.

    Dan Rather: An American Nightmare

  • Newly promoted West Bromwich Albion sought permission to sell its shirt on a match by match basis, with local shop-fitters Esprit signing up for a non-televised game, following similar short-term deals with betting companies Blue Square Ltd and Victor Chandler International Ltd.

    Soccer's Biggest Signings

  • The second look, or, as I like to call it, Seizure Safari, is kind of charming in an (Urban) Out (fitters) of Africa way, but lo!

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Finale: Part One Recap

  • When hundreds of skilled pipe fitters and welders left their homes in India to work in the United States, they weren't running from war or poverty or repression -- but towards opportunity.

    Dan Rather: An American Nightmare

  • You would create a lot of carpenters, pipe fitters, electricians, etc.

    Matthew Yglesias » Weekend Requests?

  • One proposal under discussion would allow GM to offer targeted buyouts to skilled trades workers such as electricians and pipe fitters at U.S. plants where it judges that it has a wide surplus of those more costly workers, people involved in the discussions have said.

    Exclusive: GM, UAW chiefs meet, talks heat up

  • The second look, or, as I like to call it, Seizure Safari, is kind of charming in an (Urban) Out (fitters) of Africa way, but lo!

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Finale: Part One Recap

  • And on the stack and reach piece, this is the measurement for bike fitters and riders that know their dimensions inside and out.

    Technical FAQ with Lennard Zinn: Brake questions, compatibility and New Year’s feedback

  • One proposal under discussion would allow GM to offer targeted buyouts to skilled trades workers such as electricians and pipe fitters at U.S. plants where it judges that it has a wide surplus of those more costly workers, people involved in the discussions have said.

    Exclusive: GM, UAW chiefs meet, talks heat up

  • When hundreds of skilled pipe fitters and welders left their homes in India to work in the United States, they weren't running from war or poverty or repression -- but towards opportunity.

    Dan Rather: An American Nightmare

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