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« on: Jul 02, 2008, 04:50 »
I am a court reporter trying to find a word.  A deponent stated that he had his "Millrite ?? Carpenter's Journeyman Card."  The "M" word is what I need to know.  please help.

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Re: Carpenter's Journeyman Card
« Reply #1 on: Jul 02, 2008, 05:05 »
I am a court reporter trying to find a word.  A deponent stated that he had his "Millrite ?? Carpenter's Journeyman Card."  The "M" word is what I need to know.  please help.
Correct spelling  is millwright.  Quote from Wikipedia

"A millwright today is someone who maintains or constructs industrial machinery such as that which would be related to assembly lines, also pumps, valves, printing presses, etc. Millwrights are usually responsible for the unassembled equipment when it arrives at the job site. Using hoisting and moving equipment they position the pieces that need to be assembled. Their job requires a thorough knowledge of the load bearing capabilities of the equipment they use as well as an understanding of blueprints and technical instructions."

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