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Use "carpentering" in a sentence
"There are shelters where the men can keep warm and there are periodical classes in carpentering, boot-making, leather-work, handloom-weaving, basket-work, sea-grass work, etc., etc.; the idea being that the men can make furniture and so forth, not for sale but for their own homes, getting tools free and materials cheaply."
"With regard to the arts treated of in the following pages, matters about which information is easily acquired -- such as carpentering, blacksmithing, turning, and the arts of the watchmaker -- have been left on one side."
"At first the old native sloyd occupations were followed, such as carpentering, turning, wood - carving, brush-making, book-binding, and work in copper and iron, but later the industrial element gave way to a well-organized course in educational tool work for boys from twelve to fifteen years of age, after the Finnish plan."