Barber shop is described as an area, a separate part of a production facility, usually designated just for barbering of dies.

Ref: 122542/2006-10-10


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Barber (Barber is described as a skilled worker whose ...)
Barbering (Barbering is defined as rough grinding, by hand, ...)


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Shops

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