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  • noun A person skilled at woodturning

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Examples

  • Yes | No | Report from woodturner wrote 15 weeks 2 days ago

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  • Yes | No | Report from woodturner wrote 18 weeks 2 days ago

    New Weekly Contest: Best Hunting Story Wins a Leatherman

  • Erissida said it belonged to her neighbour Mansur, a Tartar woodturner and beekeeper.

    Wildwood

  • Erissida said it belonged to her neighbour Mansur, a Tartar woodturner and beekeeper.

    Wildwood

  • The double calipers of the woodturner (fig. 20) have by far the most appealing and ingenious design of all such devices.

    Woodworking Tools 1600-1900

  • -- EARLY 19TH CENTURY: THE DOUBLE CALIPERS of the woodturner permitted double readings to be taken without changing the set of the tool.

    Woodworking Tools 1600-1900

  • The woodturner, too, contributed to the table appointments of the eighteenth century, and the carver made some curious and even grotesque figures, the heads of which took off, and thus formed pepper casters.

    Chats on Household Curios

  • The intricately designed orchid brooch was handcrafted in sterling silver by Hawaiian artist Wayne Keeth while the cufflinks were designed by Kara Ross, using wood from Hawaiian woodturner Keith Maile.

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  • He has been teaching the technique for some 35 years, and he thinks Skinner is the only practicing female woodturner.

    The Western Star: Local

  • It may be a bit ironic that someone thought to be the province's only female woodturner doesn't really want the label.

    The Western Star: Local

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