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Fabrile
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Fabrile: Pertaining to a workman, or to work in stone, metal, wood etc. as, fabrile skill.
Face lifting
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Face lifting: Surgical remove of wrinkles and other disfigurements from the face altering or repairing (i.e. of a buildings exterior)
Falsework
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Falsework: Frame that supports something that is in the process of being built temporary platforms used by workmen during construction or repair of building scaffolding
Fatigue dress
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Fatigue dress: Fatigues, military clothes worn for nonmilitary work (cleaning, repairs, etc.)
Fettler
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Fettler: Person who is an expert at fixing and repairing machinery or tools
Fid
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Fid: (Naut.) A square bar of wood or iron, used to support the topmast, being passed through a hole or mortise at its heel, and resting on the trestle trees. A wooden or
Fiddlewood
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Fiddlewood: The wood of several West Indian trees, mostly of the genus Citharexylum.
Firedog
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Firedog: A support for wood in a fireplace an andiron.
Firelighter
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Firelighter: (British) kindling, small sticks of wood or other flammable materials that are used for starting fires
Firing
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Firing: The act of disharging firearms. The mode of introducing fuel into the furnace and working it. Knight. The application of fire, or of a cautery. Dunglison. The pro
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