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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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But former Thunder centre Sara Bayman, who is now head coach at Loughborough Lightning, is not a fan.
"This achievement is the result of our targeted focus in research and development to increase conversion efficiency and to provide durable, high power, flexible and lightweight products," said Atiye Bayman, CTO of MiaSole.
"The programme is in extremely safe hands with Sara Bayman at the helm and I wish them all the best for the future."
But former England international Sara Bayman says coach Tracey Neville, who set the gold standard in a famous sporting dynasty, will be the family's best bet as a champion this summer.
Emma Bayman is bidding to survive eight days in northern Sweden - where temperatures can dip as low as -30C - by ice fishing, husky sledding and digging snow holes.
Lightning recently appointed former England international Sara Bayman as director of netball.
Another friend, bayman John Buczak once said on the radio that, "whoever is shooting sure knows what they're doing." George describes: "a perfect day for hunting--a sunny day is no good--ducks only move in cold, nasty weather.
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.
Bayman, "Diversity, scale and variation of endophytic fungi in leaves of tropical plants," in Microbiol Ecology of Aerial Plant Surfaces, B.
According to Daud Noorzai, deputy chief of staff for President Ghani, the TUTAP project wouldn't have delivered power to Bayman province anyway.
Reserves: Eboni Beckford-Chambers, Rebekah Airey, George Fisher, Gabriella Marshall, Jess Shaw, Sara Bayman.