Colorman


Related to Colorman: colourman

Col´or`man


n.1.A vender of paints, etc.
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ABB signed an agreement with SE-ddeutscher Verlag Zeitungsdruck GmbH, which prints the SE-ddeutsche Zeitung at its Munich print facility, for a modular retrofit of 3 printing towers and a folder on one of its manroland Colorman presses.
In his version, a gnomelike man known as "the Colorman," a supplier of pigments, steps out of the field and demands a painting from van Gogh; after arguing, the Colorman's revolver goes off and Van Gogh later dies.
Writer Matthew Futterman made a convincing case that Madden, an immovable force and innovative broadcaster who changed the role of colorman to analyst, had become too maddening to take very seriously.
When newspaper publisher, Herold Druck in Vienna installed a MAN Roland Colorman Press, the only newspaper press in the world to date that prints newspapers and magazines at 11 meters per second, it turned to Sun Chemical to pioneer a new UV formula that prints at more than twice the web speed of conventional UV inks on newspaper presses.
provided the 10 new ColorMAN towers, the first sold in the United States and Masthead International Inc.
But when asked how he responds to fans who come up to him nowadays and ask why he hasn't done any more telecasts of USC -- the school that coaxed him from the Midwest in 1961 to be Chick Hearn's colorman on football games and gave him the platform to be one of the most recognizable voices in L.
Mychal Thompson, the Lakers' current radio colorman, joined the team as a player in the middle of the 1986-87 season, just prior to Lantz's first season with Hearn.
Actor Steve Reevis, as ``Baby Face Bob,'' is Berman's colorman in the movie.
Lakers executive vice president of broadcasting Frank Mariani told Sunderland late last March, as per their contract, it was considering a new broadcaster to work with colorman Stu Lantz, but that he would be considered among the candidates for the position.
Only an occasional change in Hearn's colorman had to be decided, usually without much speculation.
The final six innings on radio will have Charley Steiner, who replaces Ross Porter, doing play-by-play and Rick Monday acting as his colorman.
The other is a full-time radio colorman to work with Steiner and Monday between the fourth and ninth innings on games Scully does after the simulcast ends.