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  • n. Plural form of tiler.

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Examples

  • It chewed up heating fuel like a hungry dragon; it required constant attention from the masons, the tilers, the electricians, the roofers.

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  • Some tilers were coining it during the booms, but Gary never did.

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  • Good for Barrats builders, bathroom tilers, Ghatso cameras, car part suppliers ... but is this really 'growth'?

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  • So, too, do designers of parquetry, roof tilers, ceramic painters and many more.

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  • When in the year 1362, a destructive storm in London caused great havoc to the roofs of houses, a royal order decreed that "materials for roofing, and the wages of tilers, shall not be enhanced by the reason of the damage done by the tempest."

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  • Then painters moved in, followed by the floor and wall tilers.

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  • A team of two skilled tilers can lay up to 20m2 per day.

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  • Steak house chains, ladder manufacturers, pasta makers (100 percent durum wheat), bathroom tilers, liquidators, entire shopping malls (wishing our Madiba a special birthday), bottle stores (for wine, spirits and beer) and spare parts dealers (complete engines ... cylinder heads, complete cabs) all bought themselves newspaper space in the race to give the president their best.

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  • The journey had been clean and swift, though ominous, with several persons who should have known nothing of their purpose warning the tray - tilers of nearing danger.

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  • Instead of engaging workmen by contracts or wages, he assessed every county in England to send him a certain number of masons, tilers, and carpenters, as if he had been levying an army.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 377, June 27, 1829

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