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carman

(ˈkɑːmən)
n, pl -men
1. a man who drives a car or cart; carter
2. a man whose business is the transport of goods; haulier
3. US and Canadian a tram driver
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A certain man named Gregory, who was foreman of the packers, and another named Tipp, who was the carman, and wore a red jacket, used to address me sometimes as 'David': but I think it was mostly when we were very confidential, and when I had made some efforts to entertain them, over our work, with some results of the old readings; which were fast perishing out of my remembrance.
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CARMAN made more contributions to miscarriage of justice by his skill than any barrister in the last 20 years, " former High Court judge Sir Michael Davies said of the late George Carman, QC.
LEGAL legend George Carman QC was yesterday branded a wife-beating drunk and heavy gambler by his son.