TRADESMAN


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TRADESMANTransportable Rapid Deployment Steerable Mount Antenna
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Usually preceded by a whistling intake of breath, this is the catch-phrase tradesman use when they assume you are as familiar with the contours of your leaking U-bend as the offside rule.
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RESULTS: DIV ONE: Queens Greenfield 1 Connah's Quay Labour 2; Sir Gwain 3 White Lion 0; Old Key House 2 Marsh Lane 2; The Tradesman 3 Flint Sports 2 (abandoned 60 minutes).
One in five had paid more than pounds 50 an hour to a tradesman, with 4 per cent spending double that.
Skipton Building Society has launched The Grafters competition to find a winner for the UK's first National Tradesman Award.
It's got all the hallmarks of being a tradesman who has done this.
Not only does the card demonstrate that tradesmen have the necessary skills and qualifications for their respective trade, a CSCS Card also demonstrates a tradesman understands of health and safety.
A MUM whose boiler was on the blink called a local tradesman and found she was dealing with a "clown".
The popular image of a tradesman is someone who left school at sixteen, worked on the job and then cemented that experience later on with a vocational qualification.
Action fraud - the national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre - have warned people living on Teesside about fraudsters who, via email, will purport to be a tradesman who has recently completed work at the property and use a similar email address to that of the genuine tradesman.
Var of tradesman on the roof to save their good from the fire