1. a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines
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How To Use draftsperson In A Sentence

  • And they can meet online with a Quinn Draftsperson to discuss and review drawings, markups , photographs, or anything else you may need at virtual meeting room.
  • In our submission, your Honour, there are no adverse consequences because the draftsperson in New South Wales has effectively been ignoring the majority decision in Wynyard for a very long time.
  • My concern when I read the letter was to make sure its points were transferred to the legislation, and I commend the law draftsperson on working so efficiently and promptly, in such a short space of time.
  • Or multiple changes issued after the detailing process began may have made it difficult for the draftsperson to keep up.
  • These need not be elaborate, and you can draw them yourself, buy a set, or have a set prepared by a draftsperson or architect.
  • Here the draftsperson has chosen to set out in this subdivision the whole operation of the part.
  • To call themselves an intern or a draftsperson is inadequate given how much effort they've put in.
  • And the only other sourcing person we have is somebody who has very little education, i.e. a draftsperson - and that might be akin to the Licensed Practical Nurse in medicine.
  • Since most municipalities do not require a registered architect or engineer, it can be much cheaper to hire a draftsperson to put those ideas on paper.
  • His exhibition, comprising drawings and mixed media works, attests to this not only because of his boldness in technique and scale, but also because of his consummate maturity as a draftsperson.
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