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bayman

(ˈbeɪmən)
n, pl -men
a person who lives by a bay, esp one who is skilled in navigating ita fisherman

bayman

(ˈbeɪmən)
n, pl -men
a nurse who works in a sick-bay, esp aboard ship
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Sirens' star, centre Sara Bayman, engaged in a good mid-court battle with Jade Clarke and also pressured Natalie Haythornthwaite around the attacking circle.
Travelling to Loughborough University from Glasgow, UWS Sirens brought with them a few familiar faces in Loughborough University Alumni Vanessa Walker and Ella Gibbons, along with ex-England powerhouse Sara Bayman.
We are pleased to expand the depth of our product liability trial bench with the addition of Lana, Lisa and Steve, said Andy Bayman, head of the firms Life Sciences area of focus.
Lloyd deems it necessary to perform his New-foundlandness and walks across the bar to inform Wally, "I'm a Notre Dame bayman.
According to Daud Noorzai, deputy chief of staff for President Ghani, the TUTAP project wouldn't have delivered power to Bayman province anyway.
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If you talk to an old bayman, they will regale you with stories of their formative years chasing sea ducks using nothing more than an open white bay boat and handful of plastic jugs painted black or white.
Guardian journalist Sali Hughes, former Look North weather presenter Hannah Bayman and Ant and Dec were among the thousands of people retweeting the appeal for help.
EMMA BAYMAN BVSC, CERT VA, MRCVS (VETERINARY SURGEON): Animal cruelty is a complicated issue and often is more a case of ignorance than deliberate cruelty.
Another Hawaiian scientist, James Bayman, also described it as "a crude poi pounder".
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Bayman, Anna, Thomas Dekker and the Culture of Pamphleteering in Early Modern London, Farnham, Ashgate, 2014; hardback; pp.