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portman

(ˈpɔːtmən)
n, pl -men
(Historical Terms) archaic a group of citizens of a town responsible for administering the affairs of that town
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Washington College junior swimmer Julia Portmann (Fremd) won three medals at the Centennial Conference Championships at Franklin & Marshall College.
Peak has generated significant value for New Gold and predecessor companies over its 25 years of operation," said Hannes Portmann, president and CEO, New Gold.
We are pleased with the solid progress we have made at Rainy River over the last five months," said company president-CEO Hannes Portmann in a statement.
Denise J Portmann, president and CEO of the firm, said, 'We are excited to have Dan join our executive team, adding depth to an already excellent credit administration group.
ROLAND PORTMANN, LEGAL PERSONALITY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 8 (2010); Jan Klabbers, (I Can't Get No) Recognition: Subjects Doctrine and the Emergence of Non-State Actors, in NORDIC COSMOPOLITANISM 351-53 (2003).
DHISCO CEO Toni Portmann added: Abreu Online is part of one of the oldest and most successful travel companies in the world.
In 2011, Michele Portmann, a former longtime Cottage Grove High School counselor, and newly elected member of the South Lane School Board, was killed by a pickup truck at the same crossing.
Toni Portmann has been appointed to serve as CEO and Executive chairman of the board.
El cuadro social total es la panoramica sensible de su obra tambien total, porque lo vemos sostenido teoricamente en la expresion de Erich Neuman, incluido en Portmann A.