Noun(1) American Revolutionary leader from Virginia whose objections led to the drafting of the Bill of Rights (1725-1792(2) English film actor (1909-1984(3) English writer (1865-1948(4) a craftsman who works with stone or brick(5) a member of a widespread secret fraternal order pledged to mutual assistance and brotherly love
(1) the chief mason at Westminster Abbey(2) And her father, a retired stone mason , showed her how to carve up the hill into level, plantable tiers.(3) Look at the mortar and bricks on your chimney; you may need a mason to make necessary repairs.(4) An understanding of the basic bond types enhances the ability of the designer and mason to build beautiful brickwork with authentic patterns.(5) When the granite was being installed for steps and a retaining wall in the formal garden, Paul supervised the mason very carefully.(6) I recommend you consult with a professional mason in your area.(7) He was a top class stone mason and had a fondness for working with stone.(8) Among family and friends, the couple made their vows and the only person missing on the day was Jim's beloved father John, a well-known stone mason , who sadly passed away a number of years ago.(9) All in all, their collective efforts will help specifiers and builders recognize a mason contractor's quality work.(10) Demonstrations by rural craftsmen will feature the work of the thatcher, stone mason , wheelwright, blacksmith, bodger, cooper, cane and rush weaver and stick maker.(11) As we report in our cover story, each mason had to solve a unique structural challenge to create the piece.(12) To use the device, the mason places the stone to be cut on small blocks so that it is slightly higher than the stone to be copied.(13) The hypocausts from masoned brickwork were surprisingly well preserved.(14) The use of masoned stone in the building of the Step Pyramid was a considerable technological advance over the use of the mud and burnt brick.(15) Soon we were supplying the trade primarily with masoned stone, most usually in the form of new doorsteps.(16) Our masoned stone originally comes from blocks of stone which are taken off their natural beds and split into manageable sizes.
1. stonemason ::
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