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seedman

(ˈsiːdmən)
n, pl -men
(Agriculture) another name for seedsman
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seedman - a dealer in seeds
bargainer, dealer, monger, trader - someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
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Mum-of-one Claire Seedman, aged 25 and from Acocks Green, said: "I have never seen anything like it.
Christopher Max Deering extended the lead to 2-0 in the 57th minute, scoring off a Lucas Dall'Orso header following a Seedman corner kick.
A nursery taking up 10 acres on the Warwick Road in 1880 was run by John Stevens, who described himself as a nurseryman, seedman and florist.
Bio Notes: Seedman founded Entrega Technologies, which was acquired by Xircom in 1999.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Presidio Bank (OTCBB: PDOB), a Bay Area business bank, today announced that it has hired long-time Palo Alto banker, Katie Seedman, as Senior Vice President/Relationship Manager in the Mid-Peninsula Regional Office.
To schedule a demonstration, please contact Jeff Seedman, Ruder Finn at 310/882-4009 or seedmanj@ruderfinn.
With this integration, the Board of Directors of MedQuist Holdings has initiated a search to identify additional independent directors with the goal of achieving a majority of independent directors serving on the Board by year end, including replacing Michael Seedman, the Company's former Chief Technology Officer, who has resigned from the Board.
To request a TwonkyMedia demonstration at CES, please contact Jeff Seedman, Ruder Finn at 310-882-4009 or seedmanj@ruderfinn.
There was only one way designer Michael Seedman was going to beat his on at the video game Guitar Hero, he was going to have to cheat.
Also, the second and third sentences should read: "They were replaced on the board of directors by Robert Aquilina, Frank Baker, Peter Berger and Michael Seedman.