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  • noun Plural form of roofer.

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Examples

  • And the solution is that the rest of us not only call the roofers, but pay them as well.

    Social Security's Glimpse Into the Left's Priority

  • Its adherents are called roofers, and they delight in gaining access to Moscow's buildings not for criminal intent, but to scamper up to the roofs to gape at the surrounding landscape.

    Staradvertiser Headlines

  • Its adherents are called roofers, and they delight in gaining access to Moscow's buildings not for criminal intent, but to scamper up to the roofs to gape at the surrounding landscape.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Its adherents are called roofers, and they delight in gaining access to Moscow's buildings not for criminal intent, but to scamper up to the roofs to gape at the surrounding landscape.

    Staradvertiser Headlines

  • Howard Levy, a tax attorney with the Cincinnati firm Voorhees Levy, said mortgage-interest data might be the best source of information the IRS has on small-business owners, such as roofers or carpenters, who are paid in cash and don't report all their income to the IRS.

    IRS to Mine Payment Data on Mortgages

  • They call themselves "roofers," while a building concierge is a "konsa" and the paddy wagon that hauls away roofers if they are caught is a "party bus."

    Staradvertiser Headlines

  • They call themselves "roofers," while a building concierge is a "konsa" and the paddy wagon that hauls away roofers if they are caught is a "party bus."

    Staradvertiser Headlines

  • Workers 'compensation premiums range from less than 1 percent of pay for draftsmen to close to 30 percent for high-risk occupations such as roofers, carpenters and framers.

    Dallas Business News - Local Dallas News | Dallas Business Journal

  • They call themselves "roofers," while a building concierge is a "konsa" and the police van that hauls away roofers if they are caught is a "party bus."

    NYT > Global Home

  • The workers in danger are the specialists on home projects, such as roofers and air-conditioning installers.

    azcentral.com | news

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