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ashman

(ˈæʃmən)
n, pl -men
US dustman
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ashman

[ˈæʃmæn] N (ashmen (pl)) (US) → basurero m
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Sgt Louise Ashman was giving evidence at a discrimination case begun by openly gay Lance Bombardier Kerry Fletcher, who alleges she was humiliated and picked on at Army stables in North Yorkshire where she worked because of her sexual orientation.
I knew Robert Ashman well as he had been coming to my constituency surgery for years.
It came less than two years after madman Robert Ashman tried to kill the MP in his office in Cheltenham, Gloucester.
Rice, on the other hand, is a semantic mechanic, a wanna-be Howard Ashman (Beauty and the Beast) without Ashman's gift for quick wit and raucous rhyme.
In an inspired move, Disney hired Broadway veterans Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman - the team behind ``Little Shop of Horrors'' - to compose a score and write songs.
Following the convictions Mr Ashman said protecting vulnerable people from exploitation was the biggest challenge this generation of police offices faced.
Steve Ashman joined the Metropolitan Police in 1987 before transferring to Cleveland in 2002.
Mark Ashman pocketed PS21,000 by saying he needed round-the-clock care for crippling arthritis.
A jury at Birmingham Crown Court found Vincent Tony Ashman guilty of the murder of Danny "Dannyman" McCalla following a trial.
CANTON-born-and-bred Ruth Ashman celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday with friends, family and a card from the Queen.