Police have long thought that Franklin, a mechanic with a history of car thefts, was involved in additional slayings.
But as the mechanic pointed out, the illegal drugs could just as easily have been weapons or explosives.
If a mechanic submitted unjustified bills to All State Insurance for car repairs, All State would contract with someone else.
What worries mechanic and many others is the possibility that studios will destroy the model that has made them rich for decades.
She hopes to become a mechanic or a driver for an NGO, many of which, she says, prefer to hire women over men.
A mechanic, a tradesman, or a boatman makes the most solemn promise of service at a certain time.
Had I been the daughter of a mechanic, I might have gained my bread by some useful trade.
The Aimable contained all the ammunition, the mechanic tools, and the farming and household utensils.
It's all the same, my dear, machines are used in both, and he's a mechanic.
Barns are laboratories, to be as much a part of the equipment of a college of agriculture as shops are of mechanic arts.
late 14c., "pertaining to or involving mechanical labor" (now usually mechanical), also "having to do with tools," from Latin mechanicus, from Greek mekhanikos "full of resources, inventive, ingenious," literally "mechanical, pertaining to machines," from mekhane (see machine (n.)). Meaning "of the nature of or pertaining to machines" is from 1620s.
"manual laborer," late 14c., from Latin mechanicus, from Greek mekhanikos "an engineer," noun use of adjective meaning "full of resources, inventive, ingenious" (see mechanic (adj.)). Sense of "one who is employed in manual labor, a handicraft worker, an artisan" (chief sense through early 19c.) is attested from 1560s. Sense of "skilled workman who is concerned with making or repair of machinery" is from 1660s, but not the main sense until the rise of the automobile.