tutman

tutman

(ˈtʌtmən)
n, pl -men
(Mining & Quarrying) mining dialect a man who does tutwork
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Golden pompano (Trachinotus ovatus) belongs to the family Carangidae (Sun et al., 2014; Tutman et al., 2004).
2014, 2015a), as well as in the River Trebisnjica and Hutovo Blato wetland in Bosnia and Hezegovina (Tutman et al.
The Thesis Group is a regional private client asset management business that provides investment management, financial advice or fund structuring for its clients, which had total funds under management within Thesis (the private client investment management business) of GBP 2.27bn and funds under administration within Tutman Ltd and Tutman LLP of GBP 10.49bn as at 30 October 2016.
Jubilee's counters came courtesy of Gavin Hutchinson (2), Keith Tutman, Dave Maitland and Steve Harrison.
O potencial da criacao de alguns membros da familia Carangidae, como Trachinotus ovatus e Trachinotus carolinus, vem sendo estudado (LAZO et al., 1998; TUTMAN et al., 2004).
SPRAGUE (63) - Kuhns 19, Morris 10, Matsen 9, Tutman 7, Blair 6, Rierson 5, O'Neal 2, Wheeler 2, Mink 2, Espinoza 1, Roth, Richardson.
Peter Waugh made it 3-1, but a Keith Tutman finish for Jubilee made the final score 3-2 to Sporting.
A Gary Foster effort and an own goal by Michael Butler left Jubilee's game against Crawcrook level after 90 minutes - but in extra time Keith Tutman grabbed the winner for Jubilee.
Tutman, Jr., grand polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, says that "color differentiation is a product of insecurity, a product of a slave mentality.