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stillman

(ˈstɪlmən)
n, pl -men
(Brewing) a man who is employed to operate a still
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As early as 1875, while Bell was teaching his infant telephone to talk, Stillman risked two thousand dollars in a scheme to establish a crude dial system of wire communication, which later grew into New York's first telephone exchange.
Stillman Property Management--the full-service property management company based in Harriso, NY,--has added three new properties to its portfolio.
Richard Stillman was caught on CCTV taking two bottles of the spirit off a shelf at Aldi and putting them down his trousers before leaving the shop without paying.
Not long ago, amid a thirteen-year gap in activity punctuated only by vanishing wisps of project rumors, it seemed that there might be only three Whit Stillman films.
Along with his 17-year-old son, Jonah, Stillman described Gen Z for CPAs at the AICPA governing Council meeting in May.
Our hand movements reveal the process of exercising self-control," said Paul Stillman, co-author of the study and postdoctoral researcher in psychology at The Ohio State University.
In 2009 Gloria Stillman (then at the University of Melbourne, now at ACU, Ballarat) and I took over the editorship.
Whit Stillman was kind enough to read this essay and offer his comments, all of which were incorporated one way or another into the final draft.
Stillman gifts this peach of a role to Kate Beckinsale and she savours every acid-laced bon mot with relish.
It didn't take long for Whit Stillman to work Jane Austen into his movies.
Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago has named ensemble member Heidi Stillman as its new artistic director.
A new solicitor has been named at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with long-time Solicitor Jacob "Jake" Stillman becoming a senior advisor.