Origin of woodworker
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If you have not yet seen The Woodworker, send a postcard for a specimen copy.Woodwork Joints
This angle is not measured by the woodworker often, but is a matter of experience.
This is known as warping, and it is one of the troubles of the woodworker.
But woods differ in structure, and all fall short of the woodworker's ideal.Trees Worth Knowing
Julia Ellen Rogers
The woodworker knows how to finish the boards and treat them with fillers to bring out the figures.American Forest Trees
Henry H. Gibson
- a person who works in wood, such as a carpenter, joiner, or cabinet-maker
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