He learned how to set type, and as a journeyman printer he wandered widely, going even as far east as New York.
The apprenticeship model is one that provides training for people looking to qualify for journeyman status in various trades.
From the Journeyman album, this song captures that classic sadness heard in so many of Clapton's songs.
They really looked exactly what they are - a motley bunch of journeyman footballers only suited to lower league football.
As in every social scheme where the government is wor without real power, the weakest sought protection of the strongest; and the system of patron, client and journeyman, which had existed among the Romans, the Gauls and the Germans, spread rapidly in the 6th and 7th centuries, owing to public disorder and the inadequate protection afforded by the government.
In 1651 he began to have revelations, and to proclaim himself and his cousin John Reeve, whose journeyman he was, as the two witnesses mentioned in Rev. xi.
He continued to work as a journeyman bookbinder till the 1st of March 1813, when he was appointed assistant in the laboratory of the Royal Institution of Great Britain on the recommendation of Davy, whom he accompanied on a tour through France, Italy and Switzerland from October 1813 to April 1815.
Garrison then went to Boston, where, after working for a time as a journeyman printer, he became the editor of the National Philanthropist, the first journal established in America to promote the cause of total abstinence from intoxicating liquors.
Also living in the house are five journeyman bakers (ranging in age from 15 to 24) and a female general servant.
A journeyman goldsmith who later started his own business.
Once an apprenticeship was over, the young person now became a journeyman.
For example, we tried to distinguish masters, those employing others, from employed journeyman.
Slightly more than a competent journeyman I would say.
He was swift and clean as a good journeyman.
journeyman miller to assist them.
journeyman weaver to tide over periods of unemployment.
journeyman bakers (ranging in age from 15 to 24) and a female general servant.
journeyman tailor called Roger Simmons lived over No. 70 with his wife, three children, and niece.
Some millers worked on their own and others employed a son or a journeyman miller to assist them.
He also became journeyman pipe fitter and starting a very successful maintenance company while trying to make it in country music in Nashville.
There the chair was taken by David Morgan, a journeyman shoemaker.
She was born in 1857 in Bootle, Lancashire, the daughter of Ben THORPE, a journeyman stonemason, and Sarah TURNER.
The wages were never high enough to enable the journeyman weaver to tide over periods of unemployment.
His proceeding was probably due to a horror of the city arising from a subconscious memory of what he must have heard in childhood from his mother ("of the stock of the martyrs") concerning a martyr, a woman, burnt in the reign of Mary at Lichfield, who had been taken thither from Mancetter, a village two miles from his home in which he had worked as a journeyman shoemaker (see The Martyrs Glover and Lewis of Mancetter, by the Rev. B.
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