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stonemason

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstonemasonstone‧ma‧son /ˈstəʊnmeɪsən $ ˈstoʊn-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 someone whose job is cutting stone into pieces to be used in buildings
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stonemasonAlso patron of architects, builders, dying, fire prevention, founders, miners, and stonemasons.They were mainly artisans - carpenters, stonemasons, ironworkers, shoemakers, weavers and fishermen.Robinson's rusticated gate piers are as grand as anything in York, from where he obviously employed his stonemason.It is perhaps fitting that he was carried to his pauper's grave by the stonemasons then engaged in restoring Camborne Church.
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