dogman


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dogman

(ˈdɒɡmən)
n, pl -men
(Civil Engineering) Austral a person who directs the operation of a crane whilst riding on an object being lifted by it
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He has a terrifying encounter with a "weaponised" dog, and goes on patrol with Dogman, whose mission is to rescue some of the thousands of feral pit bulls roaming the streets.
In the roughest neighbourhoods of south LA, he has a terrifying encounter with a 'weaponised' dog, trained to attack on command, and goes on patrol with the Dogman, whose mission is to rescue some of the thousands of stray and feral pit bulls roaming the streets.
Plus, Louis goes on patrol with Dogman, who rescues some of the thousands of stray and feral pit bulls roaming the streets.
Ferjani Dogman, chairman of the parliamentary Finance Committee, said Islamic bonds would help to diversify Tunisia's funding sources, but were "not aimed at Islamisation of the economy".
See Francesca Ortiz, Making the Dogman Heel: Recommendations for Improving the Effectiveness of Dogfighting Laws, 3 Stan.
He added: "Liam had an uncanny empathy with dogs and was a natural dogman.
With her beloved horse, Jack, she faces adventures and encounters with a colourful cast of characters; for instance, the man on the elegant chestnut mare, the kindly gypsy family, Harris, and Dogman whose destiny seems tangled up in her own.
The book concentrates on the period since 1870 in Australia--although there is material relating to earlier periods--and also examines a number of occupations such as dogman in particular detail.
This laughter occurs at the expense of the white Captain who realises that the Dogman joke, shared in their own language by the black tracker and the Aboriginal men in neck chains, is on him.
The running man waved, as he ran, to the groundsman, to the dogman who had replaced his euthanized fox terrier with an Afghan, to the Falun Gong women and even to the leather-girl, who never waved back.
The Dogman is taking a few days off from woodcock and grouse to get some wild ducks, hopefully teal and mallard.
Before she was given the traditional brass pudding pot during a roast at Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theater, Berry danced suggestively with a Harvard student dressed like a French poodle, which Berry's presenter's dubbed Dogman.