(n.) One who professes and practices some liberal art; an artist.
(n.) One trained to manual dexterity in some mechanic art or trade; and handicraftsman; a mechanic.
(1) The retailer has put in thousands more staff to improve service and has been testing new ideas in existing stores, such as artisan bakeries run by Euphorium, a specialist baker based in Islington in London; and upmarket Harris + Hoole coffee shops and Giraffe restaurants – all businesses that Tesco has invested in over the past two years.
(2) It was an idea that fitted nicely with the ethos of the Martin Margiela Artisanal collection, which is rooted in making fashion out of found objects.
(3) Owner Sergio has 15 artisanal beers on the menu every week and serves very generous G&Ts and delicious Aperol Spritz.
(4) Highlighting the performance in the capital, the firm said would-be brewers had been encouraged by the success of artisanal beer-makers such as The Kernel in London’s Bermondsey and the Camden Town Brewery, sold last year to drinks giant AB InBev in a deal reportedly worth £85m .
(5) Centro Cerámica Triana Facebook Twitter Pinterest Photograph: Alamy Housed in an old ceramics factory built on the site of a 16th-century one, inevitably plonked on a Roman one, this museum (€2pp, Calle Antillano Campos 14) could do more to trumpet the industry that spawned Triana, created the look and feel of Seville, and inspired Lisbon’s artisans to have a go at the whole tile thing.
(6) So, rather than giving up bread, the real-bread movement suggests you eat the old-fashioned stuff – supporting artisan bakeries or baking your own.
(7) The results can be summarized as follows: a. the times of the two main meals show a high stability, both in working and in free-days, at about 1230 for lunch and 1915 for dinner, with a higher variability for the dinner-time; b. there are no relevant differences between men and women; c. there is a progressive advance of the breakfast-time (together with sleeping and waking times) with oncoming age; d. industrial workers advance the breakfast-time, on work days, compared to housewives, clerks, artisans and tradesmen, while the latter delay dinner-time as compared to the others; e. shiftwork breaks up the usual timetables interfering with at least one of the main meals, according to the different shifts (morning, afternoon, night); f. morning types anticipate meal and sleeping times in comparison to evening types, both while working and, above all, on free-days.
(8) "Union Jacks is all about bringing back nostalgic British classics using the best of artisanal ingredients.
(9) The proliferation of artisan roasteries across Britain has ballooned in the past five years, as coffee lovers have become more interested in ethics, and have developed a more discerning palate.
(10) They know it doesn't match with artisan values they are trying to make money out of.
(11) Improving our tax collection would allow artisanal mining to boost local development.” Whether it's Mexico's gold or Zimbabwe's diamonds, mining is riven with violence and business is complicit Read more Anor is also working on setting up a national gold refinery that will be responsible for certifying and hallmarking gold for export.
(12) The proportion of smokers increased with age, being the highest in the children of managerial and commercial classes or skilled artisans, and was strongly linked to the smoking habits of the parents.
(13) A lot of gins look like artisan gins, but they’re not really.
(14) Gin sales in the UK are expected to top £1bn for the first time this year as younger drinkers supplement their taste for vodka with a double shot from a new generation of artisanal distilleries.
(15) Marketing any product will only take an organisation so far.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest Vicki Hughes at work in the Redwood coffee house In much the same way that the craft beer phenomeneon has helped breathe some much-needed life into the dying pub trade, so it is that the independent or ‘artisan’ coffee shops appear to be reinventing the way people now take their caffeine.
(16) This was the beginning of the movement which led to the creation of the Union de Défense des Commerçants et Artisans (Udca), an organisation that spread through neighbouring departments to cover most of France and certain areas in Algeria.
(17) Research in the home care setting will thrive if it attracts more and more nurses with scientific skills similar to those identified by Sir Medawar: "Among scientists are collectors, classifiers, and compulsive tidiers-up; many are detectives by temperament and many are explorers; some are artists and others artisans.
(18) I’ve heard all the complaints about how the Starbucksification of coffee didn’t keep artisanal coffee special – but that’s because it wasn’t about artisanal coffee at all.
(19) The group, whose shares have risen sharply since they were first listed in London in November 2014, was founded in 2005 to provide high-quality mixers for the rapidly growing market in premium spirits such as artisan gin.
(20) We’re seeing restaurants push the boundaries and, for the first time, PE is experiencing a foodie culture of food trucks, pop-up diners and local markets, such as the monthly Valley Market : an alfresco celebration of food, artisanal crafts and a great place to meet genuine PE people.
(1) Controlling for age, education, and their interaction, professional men (e.g., doctors, lawyers, and teachers) scored higher on intimacy motivation than did men in other occupational categories, while among women the occupational groups with highest intimacy motivation were service workers and craftspersons.
(2) Any of the tools requires a skilled craftsperson to use them properly, but the skills can be learned.
(3) Although some occupational therapy aides were occupational therapists, many were teachers, artists, and craftspersons.