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joinery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjoineryjoin‧er‧y /ˈdʒɔɪnəri/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 the trade and work of a joiner carpentry
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joinerySimilar omnibus rates may be used in other trades - groundwork, carpentry and joinery, etc.The bulk of their business is production turning of the furniture and joinery industries.They are ideal for stripping off old paint from fixed joinery such as windows and skirtings.Some exhibit elsewhere, work to other commissions or produce high-quality joinery.It was the closure of a good, old style joinery firm and there were some very good machines to be had.He tested the tension of each wire, and ran his hand over the timber to ensure the joinery was perfect.The joinery had been done perfectly too, so that each straining post and strut appeared to be an integral unit.
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