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  • noun Plural form of woodshop.

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Examples

  • The first floors of every building were crammed with small metal and woodshops, storage bins, and every other conceivable accouterment of modern manufacturing activity.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • The first floors of every building were crammed with small metal and woodshops, storage bins, and every other conceivable accouterment of modern manufacturing activity.

    The Soy Sauce Factory

  • Imagiplay says the toys are made in China from two family owned-and-operated woodshops.

    ShoppingBlog.com

  • He said the new commercial zones are intended for neighborly businesses as opposed to "Big Boxes," and concerns about uses such as artist's workshops, woodshops and farm stands in certain zones were unfounded.

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  • This wood is more of a health concern to guys that work with it in woodshops and need to think about ventilation, masks, etc.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • These 2×4-and-plywood shelves are as common in woodshops as milk is in grocery stores.

    Toolmonger: The Week In Tools

  • Maybe call up some local woodshops and ask where they get theirs.

    Toolmonger: The Week In Tools

  • Used in woodshops, backyards, and even under our desk to hold things together, the mighty clamp can prove to be a useful tool.

    Unplugged

  • Designer Chris Nardone told us: We’ve been using drop-off woods from local woodshops, drop-off acrylics from plastic manufacturers and re-usable parts in our lamps, tables, chair bases and couch bases.

    FORM3 Sustainable Furniture Design | Inhabitat

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