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messman

(ˈmɛsmən)
n, pl -men
(Nautical Terms) a sailor working in a ship's mess
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Caitlyn Messman and Tra Kucera had the only hits for Northwest Christian in the nightcap.
The new chief financial officer is to succeed current CFO, Rick Messman, who is retiring after 11 years as CFO.
Cacdac said the travel agency had no license to recruit workers and that surveillance showed that the agency would recruit unsuspecting workers to work in messman, steward, bartender and housekeeper positions aboard yacht or cruise ships.
Mick Messman, director of the DuPont Seed Treatment Enterprise said, Seed treatments play a vital role in the success of a crop from protecting seeds from pests and disease to complementing germplasm and traits to promoting plant vigor and stand establishment.
About 95 percent of them could only enlist as Boatswain's Mates, Stewards, Messman, Cooks, and other duties within the Messmen Branch ratings.
As an oceanographer, I have casually observed that gooney birds like to accompany our ship the RVArgo, using the aerodynamics of the ship's passage to soar effortlessly and feasting every time our messman empties meal waste.
Reactive Surfaces and Interfaces Utilizing 2-Vinyl-4, 4-Dimethylazlactone(DMA): An Example for 'Click' Chemistry"--Jamie Messman, Oakridge National Laboratory
We love this location, but we needed more merchandising space," said Laurie Messman of ligne roset, as she described the recently completed vertical enlargement of her company's street-level loft store, previously a well known art gallery space, at 155 Wooster Street in New York City's fashionable, downtown SoHo district.
True open standards, like OpenDocument, are subject to public inspection and contribution and are unencumbered by property rights and the individual agendas of specific vendors," said Jack Messman, chairman and CEO of Novell.
Messman and his endoscopy team at the Augsburg Clinic in Germany perform more than 13,000 endoscopies per year.
Dorie Miller, a Navy messman, was one of the first heroes of World War II.
Although it has not sold any of those units yet, Novell has reacted to the call to action by buying back $200 million of its own shares - "just one of the elements of a plan," insists Novell's chairman and CEO Jack Messman.