tillerman

tillerman

(ˈtɪləmən)
n, pl -men
a person who controls a tiller

til•ler•man

(ˈtɪl ər mən)

n., pl. -men.
a person who steers a boat.
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26 October 2017 - Michigan, US-based regional seed producer acquisition company Tillerman Seeds LLC has acquired Michigan-based DF Seeds, Inc.
Only 5 months after introducing operations, Tillerman & Co.
FOR the first time in a long time, I took tea with the tillerman.
Backed in to 14-1 from his opening show of 33s, the son of Tillerman was slowly away but travelled well and was last off the bridle charging up the hill.
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AMANDA PERRETT'S classy veteran Tillerman has had a quiet season so far but that could change tomorrow when he lines up for the GNER Park Stakes on the second day of Doncaster's St Leger meeting.
Tillerman has suggested at the age of eight that he is as good as ever, and both his runs this season have been in Group One company, first behind Refuse To Bend at Ascot and then Soviet Song at Goodwood.
Reid was subjected to what many thought was some of the worst refereeing in modern times by little-known Belgian official Roger Tillerman before losing the points verdict.
Reid,from Runcorn,complained of being `bullied'by Tillerman throughout the full 12 rounds and suggested he was even being warned at times for punching his opponent.
However, Belgian referee Roger Tillerman ruled out that knockdown as a slip and then added insult to injury by taking a point off Reid for illegal use of the head in the same round.
However, home referee Roger Tillerman ruled out that knockdown as a slip and then added insult to injury by taking a point off Reid for illegal use of the head in the same round.