Butterman

But´ter`man`


n.1.A man who makes or sells butter.
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Guppy takes him in hand as a witness, patting him into this shape, that shape, and the other shape like a butterman dealing with so much butter, and worrying him according to the best models.
However, Sandford has a dark secret, and when gruesome accidents begin to occur, Nicholas is determined to uncover the truth, along with his trusty new sidekick, Danny Butterman (Nick Frost).
Assisted by Constable Danny Butterman (Nick Frost, pictured with Pegg), Nicholas soon discovers that Sandford harbours at least one psychopath.
Assisted by Constable Danny Butterman (Nick Frost, left, with Pegg), Nicholas soon discovers that Sandford harbours at least one psychopath.
"There hasn't been a recorded murder in Sandford for 20 years," proudly declares Inspector Frank Butterman (Jim Broadbent).
So the Chief Inspector (Bill Nighy) transfers him to a sleepy West Country backwater, where he meets Insp Frank Butterman (Jim Broadbent), and new partner, Frank's son Danny (Nick Frost).
So the Chief Inspector (Bill Nighy) transfers him to a West Country backwater, where he meets Insp Frank Butterman (Jim Broadbent), and new partner, Frank's son Danny (Nick Frost).
Top London cop Nicholas Angel is transferred to a quiet village where he is partnered with bumbling bobby Danny Butterman. Soon the duo uncover a dark secret.
It features the Douglas the Butterman character, created for adverts by the team behind Wallace and Gromit.
De fato, mais que nunca, e possivel vislumbrar a politizacao das identidades sexuais e de genero em diferentes campos da sociedade, incluindo a midia, produtora de visibilidade e de visoes de mundo (Butterman, 2012).
Glenn R, Butterman. Treatment of lumbar disc herniation: epidural steroid injection compared with discectomy.
Supply chain management (SCM), a specific interfirm partnership strategy, has gained considerable attention as firms have derived sustainable competitive advantage and enhanced performance gains (Bowersox, Closs, and Stank 1999; Butterman, Germain, and Iyer 2008; Stank, Keller, and Daugherty 2001).