draftsman intended was that we shouldn't make them in every case.
Rising to become chief draftsman, he left the firm in 1879 to enter partnership with his uncle, Cosmo Innes, in London.
Any parliamentary draftsman with a computer could have brought the treaties together in one volume.
Mr Bohill: With the Committee's agreement we shall consult the legislative draftsman to see whether the clause could be made clearer.
The department is headed by Peter Rodney, senior legal draftsman for the Government of Gibraltar.
He was a meticulous draftsman; his characters are well-defined and precise so that little ambiguity is encountered in the deciphering process.
The Member will probably want to delegate this function to a costs draftsman.
draughtsmanchool at 15, he became an apprentice draftsman with a firm of civil engineers.
draughtsmanyor may have employed a draftsman or calligrapher to assist him.
draughtsman include the draftsman, the surveyor and a whole hierarchy of superior officers.
draughtsmans a highly accomplished draftsman, whose precise detail was influenced by Hans Holbein.
draughtsmanin fact from George Meikle Kemp, a working joiner who was an accomplished draftsman.
draughtsmanool he trained as an architectural draftsman, but after National Service in the Royal Air Force he joined the police.
draughtsmanen employed as chief draftsman in the Central Workshop Division, Amritsar, Punjab, India.
draughtsmanarly influence was Robert Medley, another great draftsman.
draughtsmanown work You may not be a good artist, you may not consider yourself a good draftsman.
draughtsmank, an engineering draftsman, designed the familiar tube map in 1932.
draughtsmane an experienced design draftsman with a minimum of 10 years experience.
draughtsmanted Mr Gustav Wilhelm Wolff as head draftsman, who was the nephew of one of his backers, Mr Schwabe of Liverpool.
draughtsman-like style, coupled with an expert draftsman 's eye, began a rival tradition of children's book illustration.
draughtsman board is, of course, an architect's or draftsman's table, used for the preparation of designs or blueprints.
draughtsman as a draftsman for many years, and has had a long involvement in trade union activities.
An officer of engineers seeing it wrote to recommend Monge to the commandant of the military school at Mezieres, and he was received as a draftsman and pupil in the practical school attached to that institution; the school itself was of too aristocratic a character to allow of his admission to it.
James Sargant Storer (1771-1853) engraver, draftsman and topographer born and worked with his son in Cambridge.
Unless you are an experienced draftsman and carpenter, you will need to hire someone to design the addition and build it.
The draftsman of the charge debenture drew a purposeful distinction between book debts and their proceeds.
draftsman of an own-initiative report, which the European Parliament passed on Thursday 15 January.
The power of the Leges Posteriores Rule was recognized by the draftsman of the Human Rights Act 1998.
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