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How to sign: a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
Similiar / Same: artisan, journeyman, craftsman
Categories: skilled worker, trained worker
Within this category: beautician, bookbinder, bricklayer, clocksmith, coachbuilder, construction worker, cooper, coppersmith, currier, diemaker, glassblower, glass cutter, goldbeater, hairdresser, luthier, machinist, mason, miller, Morris, paperhanger, plumber, potter, rigger, roofer, ropemaker, steamfitter, tanner, taxidermist, upholsterer, weaver, welder, window dresser, woodworker, wright
How to sign: someone who is the first to think of or make something
Similiar / Same: inventor, discoverer
Within this category: Bell, Bessemer, Browning, Burroughs, Bushnell, Cartwright, Daguerre, De Forest, Eastman, Edison, Fulton, Gatling, Gillette, Goldmark, Goodyear, Hargreaves, Hero, Hollerith, Howe, Jacquard, Land, Langley, Mauser, Maxim, McCormick, Mergenthaler, Morse, Muybridge, Otis, patentee, Singer, Sperry, Stanley, Steinmetz, Talbot, Tesla, Watt, Westinghouse, Wheatstone, Whitney, Wright, Wright, Zeppelin