tollman


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tollman

(ˈtəʊlmən)
n, pl -men
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a man who collects tolls
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tollman - someone employed to collect tollstollman - someone employed to collect tolls  
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
References in classic literature ?
Dominicus was acquainted with the tollman, and, while making change, the usual remarks on the weather passed between them.
Pickwick--'I'll just read you a few of the leaders I wrote at that time upon the Buff job of appointing a new tollman to the turnpike here; I rather think they'll amuse you.
Mayosi BM, Flisher AJ, Lalloo UG, Sitas F, Tollman SM, Bradshaw D.
A MAN called ROB TOLLMAN, who said he did not see signs on how to pay the Mersey Gateway toll, has won an appeal against his fine.
It has led to scores of appeals - and Rob Tollman was successful on the grounds he was caught on his first use of the bridge on October 16, and that while the toll charges were clear on signs, the signage for methods of payment were not.
Lottie Tollman, partner at Cushman & Wakefield, focusing on the latest research being undertaken by the Cushman Team, and specifically what trends and opportunities we should be thinking about for the immediate future.
Badman S, Vallely L, Tollman P, Kariwiga G, Lote B, Pomat W, et al.
Garenne M, Tollman S and Kahn K, Premarital fertility in rural South Africa: a challenge to existing population policy, Studies in Family Planning, 2000, 31(1):47-54.
In terms of how to achieve clarity over complicatedness, Morrieux and Tollman [10] suggest rules that are related to understanding the root causes of employee performance, as well as several means to encourage cooperation rather than competition.
For more information, contact Doug Tollman, (419)-542-2609; www.