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  • His father owned a joinery factory, and was also involved with property development.
  • Both buildings are still standing today, incorporated into a joinery works.
  • Much of the original joinery remains in the interior of the house.
  • These details include early built-in joinery cabinets that can be found throughout the house.
  • Nothing can be worse done than the house-joinery of Paris. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 1 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • He moved back to his home town of Barnsley and started his own joinery and building services business.
  • Some specialists brought in from other communities for direction or joinery may be paid, however.
  • A joinery shop here made furniture which had a good reputation for quality.
  • In construction and joinery, however, the Italian work has been very inferior. Cited from Illustrated History of Furniture, by Frederick Litchfield
  • The city has therefore chosen joinery and cabinet-making as this sample. Cited from What the Schools Teach and Might Teach, by John Franklin Bobbitt
  • The station's former joinery workshop has been converted into a new firefighting museum.
  • Some members use metal connectors rather than traditional wooden joinery.
  • Window and door openings and joinery at the front and rear of the building are original.
  • He used his own photographs to illustrate his own travel books, and his other pastimes included joinery.
  • Wherever two or more pieces of wood are fastened together we have what is properly called joinery. Cited from Handwork in Wood, by William Noyes
  • Some of the rooms have original cedar joinery details, which have been painted over.
  • Dry, too, and almost ready to live in, and all the joinery of pitch pine. Cited from Don Orsino, by F. Marion Crawford
  • It is a handsome example of joinery and is related to ones at several other local houses including Mount Fair.
  • After quickly establishing himself as a joiner, Hill was able to set up his own joinery business within a year.
  • This, along with a knowledge of joinery, are the basis of timber frame building.
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Meaning of joinery

  • noun Fine woodwork done by a joiner