A variety of jewelry tools are placed in a line on a wooden jeweler's bench. The tools include a rasp, a hammer, a file, and tweezers. A hot flame can be used to shape and manipulate metals into desired, creative shapes.
An air drill is neatly stored and ready to use for the next job. This scene depicts a quiet moment before the production lines fire up. As workers file into the space and the machinery comes to life, these tools will be used to engineer products.
A young woman with brown hair in a business suit talks on her cell phone using a Bluetooth headset. The headset frees up the user's hands, so she can type at her computer, file papers, or do other tasks that require the use of her hands.
The lawyer for Geoffrey Rush accuses The Daily Telegraph of using "the machinery of the court to dredge up a defence" in its request for the Sydney Theatre Company to allow access to the file detailing a complaint against the actor.
David Spicer. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:17:36 +1100.
Last part of the three-part series, where tax professional Kristen Morgan, gives effective information for military families to survive tax season.
By Adrianne Huls, Contributor. Forbes. Sun, 18 Feb 2018 02:00:00 -0500.