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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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plastererplas‧ter‧er /ˈplɑːstə $ ˈplæstərər/ noun [countable] British English  BOTBCsomeone whose job is to cover walls and ceilings with plaster
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plastererIn 1738 he took John Dawson, a plasterer, as his apprentice.Mr Travers, a plasterer, who had lost his house when he had been made bankrupt, opened the window slowly.Howe, an apprentice plasterer, was fined a total of £100 for the theft and the assault.The state rooms were redecorated by plasterers from Holyrood.She was the daughter of James Wood, plasterer, and his wife Elizabeth Stothard.
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