Besides being baptized (laba kabesa), (38) they would usually learn a craft (carpentry, stonemasonry, weaving, boat-building, iron smithery
, etc.) to earn their livings, generally paid in kind, i.e.
New for this year The Historic Dockyard is relaying stories about the Smithery
, where several men have died but their presence is still felt...
Mr Houachem was working for Gate Toys Smithery
and Welding Factories as maintenance supervisor.
In Latin America, tire repair shops (take out the inner tube, patch, etc.) are ubiquitous and carry the lively name of "vulcanizadoras," for the Greek Vulcan, god of fire and smithery
. At some point, though, the tube must go - but not to waste.
Berger (B 128) unjustifiably gives it together with dak2 'to hammer; smithery
; sharpening tools', dakaalo 'blacksmith' (which only and specifically means 'to hammer'), whereas Lorimer and Willson correctly give the two forms as homonyms.
On Thursday in the Academy Bar at 12.30pm, catch the crafted song smithery
of Andy Gower, a superb modern troubador and pal of Post favourite Scott Matthews.
Each actor can be taken into account--must be taken into account--for the qualitative smithery
performed rather than the quantitative degree of noise or distortion they introduce.
His unpacked smithery
lain quietly in a refrigerated chamber.
He's a smithery
of a storyteller who's hammered out a stalwart oeuvre--but holy Chernobyl is he bleak!