hodman


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hodman

(ˈhɒdmən)
n, pl -men
(Building) Brit another name for a hod carrier
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Noun1.hodman - a laborer who carries supplies to masons or bricklayershodman - a laborer who carries supplies to masons or bricklayers
laborer, labourer, manual laborer, jack - someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor
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I want people to understand that I talk a lot about Maine and about Massachusetts, but this is universal stuff and in a lot of ways they're just metaphors for whatever place you happen to inhabit," Hodman says.
This year youngsters can enjoy the Gobbledegook Theatre's Ear Trumpet installation and The Flying Buttresses's Hodman Dodmanott and Sally Forth puppet act.
In "The Poor Man," Fuller explains that while poverty is relative (even a prince may be "poor"), her remarks will be about people "somewhere between the abjectly poor and those in moderate circumstances," "from the hodman and washerwoman up to the hard-working, poorly paid lawyer, clerk, schoolmaster or scribe" (376).
Hamilton, & Hodman, 1990; Kessler, Turner, & House, 1987).
Political expert Ajmal Hodman said every candidate signed an agreement with the election commission at the time of his/her candidacy that he/she would accept whatever decision the commission made and that he/she would abide by all laws of the country.
We then took the short walk from Queen Street over toWinterWonderland in front of City Hall where we had an hour of ice skating and then some fun watching the rides and entertainment we even met Hodman Dodmanott and Sally Forth, two of the walkabout entertainers and also watched the BT Infinity Star Ride.
You can also catch walkabout puppets Hodman Dodmanott and Sally Forth and hear music from the Kaleidoscope Singers.