Definitions for carpentry
ˈkɑr pən tricar·pen·t·ry
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carpentry, woodworking, woodworknoun
the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood
The trade of cutting and joining timber in order to construct buildings or other structures; woodworking
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
The trade or art of a carpenter.
Etymology: from carpenter.
It had been more proper for me to have introduced carpentry before joinery, because necessity did doubtless compel our forefathers to use the conveniency of the first, rather than the extravagancy of the last. Joseph Moxon, Mechanical Exercises.
the art of cutting, framing, and joining timber, as in the construction of buildings
an assemblage of pieces of timber connected by being framed together, as the pieces of a roof, floor, etc.; work done by a carpenter
Etymology: [F. charpenterie, OF. also carpenterie. See Carpenter.]
Allows construction of wood planes and carpentry shops - both buildings to convert wood into boards.
The numerical value of carpentry in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of carpentry in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
I started picking up hands-on things such as real estate and carpentry and painting. I started falling in love with those things, my mom been in real estate for a minute and I somewhat leaned on her and I watched her. And I would start thinking how can I provide generational wealth for my family and for myself?
He was 35 at the time when I met him, he was young, super excited and dedicated to it. And he kept that energy up. But over the years, it just became his primary work. He didn’t make money from it. So he had to support himself doing carpentry. And over the years, it certainly took a toll on our relationship.
That's a really good prognostic sign for his recovery, if he was doing carpentry in October before the major event, I think it's likely that he could regain that function.
My mom called me, she tells me about the carpentry program [at Project H.O.O.D.], i said, 'I'm going to think about it.' Next thing you know, she's like, ‘You're not doing anything right now. The real estate hasn't really picked up yet. Let's take it on.’ And she was right. Time is your biggest commodity.
Ultimately, literature is nothing but carpentry. With both you are working with reality, a material just as hard as wood.
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