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The term 'Joiner' was first used to describe someone who was allowed (by a guild) to travel around make and joints in pieces of wood to put them together - rather than just nailing them together.

Joinery usually refers to the practice of making pieces for the house but not neccessarily the fabric of the house. It can include furniture as well, for example kitchens and wardrobes.

Outside it could include gates and doors too.

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