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lockman

(ˈlɒkmən)
n, pl -men
a lockkeeper
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Noun1.lockman - a worker in charge of a lock (on a canal)
skilled worker, skilled workman, trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills
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Meinertzhagen's Diary Ruse consists of five chapters, the longest and the most important being that in which Lockman examines, sentence by sentence, what he calls "The Rafa Entry" (Chapter 2).
Lynch of Sterling; a sister, Maureen Lockman of Paxton; her dog, Sam; and many nieces and nephews.
and Susan Cernik of Eugene; a son, Douglas of Boise; a sister, Elsie Lockman of Eugene; and four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Lead researcher Justin Lockman, a pediatric critical-care specialist at Johns Hopkins Children's, said: "Our most surprising, and perhaps most important finding, is that the H1N1 virus behaves unpredictably and variably from one patient to the other and even within the same patient from day to day, so we must be on our toes and react fast by adjusting therapy.
Dedicated to the Industry: Angel Velazquez, principal, Lockman Security Systems.
From left: Novack with Boston Beer's Mary Cirafice-DiOrval, Shawn Love, Karee Kelley, Chester Kwasniewski, Martin Lanigan, Derek Stone, Jennifer Lockman and Scott Hempstead and Cheers' Forman.
The similarity in rotation strongly suggests that the clouds originated in the disk, Lockman notes.
Zachary Lockman and Joel Beinin (Boston, MA: South End Press, A MERIP Book, 1989), pp.
Tom Lockman of Paxton said he gives the Red Sox a 75 percent chance of winning the World Series.
Pennisi, Federation president and senior partner at Pennisi Daniels & Norelli, LLP moderated a stellar panel of experts including Howard Schechter, partner in the law firm Schechter & Brucker, PC; Alan Bender, courtesy of Lockman Security Systems; Bob DiMartini, Secure Resources and Communications; Gus Dibiasi, Impact Real Estate Management and Glen Kotowski, general manager at North Shore Towers, a Charles E Greenthal property.