beltman

beltman

(ˈbɛltˌmæn)
n
(Professions) Austral and NZ (formerly) the member of a beach life-saving team who swam out with a line attached to his belt
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Verhoef TI, Redekop WK, Veenstra DL, Thariani R, Beltman PA, Van Schie RM, et al.
After working as a beltman, he earned his electrician's card and began working as a mechanic/electrician throughout the mine.
Beltman, (33) the insurer sought a declaratory judgment that it had no duty to defend its insureds in an action brought against them by Chevron in the Southern District of New York.
Beltman (2015) found when they surveyed preservice teachers that, they felt very emotionally positive during their fieldwork and these experiences would help them be successful in the future creating a positive and happy environment for themselves and their students.
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Ibrahim Beltman, 45, a Filipino security manager who has lived in the UAECefor seven years, said some fans might pool cash among friends to allow some to witness the match first hand.
I became a beltman, repairing the conveyor belt that the coal went on, and I loved it.
Bart Jansen had his pet stuffed after he was hit by a car before enlisting the help of radio control helicopter flier Arjen Beltman to build the machine.
Forde N, Beltman ME, Lonergan P, Diskin M, Roche JF, Crowe MA.
The authors thank all patients and obstetricians involved in this study for their cooperation, especially JIP de Vries, JJ Duvekot and J Beltman, and J van den Hoven for the pilot study.
Jim Speidel, The Beltman, added a valuable piece of equipment In his shop this post November.
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