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n, pl -men
an archaic term for landsman


(ˈlænd mən, -ˌmæn)

n., pl. -men (-mən, -ˌmɛn)
2. a person who bargains with landowners for the mineral rights to their land.
[before 1000]
usage: See -man.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.landman - a person who lives and works on land
denizen, dweller, habitant, inhabitant, indweller - a person who inhabits a particular place
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Dragons opened their account when Rynard Landman burst over following a line-out for Jones to convert and the lock got a second when he was on the end of an arcing break by scrum-half Charlie Davies.
And the jitters set in for the Scots when Landman completed a quickfire double.
Jim Landman, JD, PhD, director of HFMA's Healthcare Finance Policy, Perspectives and Analysis division, says it's important to get away from a system that asks physicians "to chase five different payment and delivery systems.
The narrative wheels threaten to come off on more than one occasion, however, as Landman swerves between story and back-story and as the paths of her protagonists diverge and converge.
Lewis Evans, Cory Hill, Hallam Amos and Adam Warren - lock Rynard Landman had scored in the first half - all touched down as they went from being three points behind to winners by 21.
Rynard Landman was the first man to cross the try-line for the Dragons in the 53rd minute but five minutes later Leonardo Sarto grabbed Zebre's third.
Landman, JNC Chair, 7195 Murrell Road, Suite 102, Melbourne 32940, 321-242-9800, alandmanpa@gmail.
Some studies have found that allicin may act as an antioxidant; consuming allicin has been linked with lower blood pressure, improved blood flow and cholesterol levels, and prevention of plaque buildup in the arteries," explains Rissa Landman, MS, RD, CDN, CNSC, a dietitian at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell.
Munsey, is a Register Professional Landman, having more than 30 years of experience with a diverse land background from office to field involving oil/gas, rights of way and geothermal.
Willem Landman of Dignity South Africa (a pro-euthanasia human rights group), believe that Mandela's drawn-out passing was politically motivated.
On the way to the line we stopped by the Deadwood gas plant where I met Chris Coleman, EnLink Midstream's senior landman.
9 Changed the game NG DRAGONS T Prydie, M Pewtner, T Morgan, J Dixon, H Amos, D Jones (A O'Brien, 56), J Evans (L Jones, 60); P Price, H Gustafson (E Dee, 69), B Harris (L Fairbrother, 65), A Coombs (C Hill, 64), R Landman (captain), J Thomas (T Faletau, 53), N Cudd, L Evans.