weighman

weighman

(ˈweɪmən)
n, pl -men
a person responsible for weighing goods
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Two other winners also attended the launch to encourage women to enter, Laura Leigh Weighman, Childs Play Private Nursery, who is sponsoring the Young Entrepreneur award, which she won in 2016 and winner of the Best Creative Business, Amy Jackson from Unwritten Creative.
MORPETH Olympian Laura Weighman was in record-breaking form in Elswick Harriers' Good Friday Relays at Newburn Riverside Park.
England is the fastest Brit over the distance in 2013 and with fellow world silver medallist Dobriskey and Weighman one of three athletes inside the A standard.
Bryn Jones Close Bryn was a Welsh miner who wa a check weighman (paid by the miners) and a very eloquent 'poor man's Nye Bevan'.
Jobs with higher status and responsibility include 'overman', 'deputy', 'foreman', 'fireman', 'weighman', 'checkweighman', 'bailiff' and 'chargeman'.
Gary Jones went over for a brace and there was one apiece for Lewis Weighman and Rhys Humphries.
You resume your former work as a grain elevator weighman. Three years later, in the summer of 1949, you marry the woman who waited for you while you were gone.
Ospreys: M Evans; C Lewis, B John, L Powell, K Weighman; M Jarvis, T Knoyle; G Jenkins, C Davies, J Rees, L Peers, M Evans, B Carey, G Jones, R Ruddock (capt).
Dr Peter Fisher was cleared of gross negligence in his treatment of handyman Peter Weighman, who took a lethal overdose of painkillers in the mental health unit at West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven.
Dr Peter Fisher, 46, is accused of the manslaughter by gross negligence of Peter Weighman, 39.
George said: "I was at the weighbridge in the colliery talking to the weighman. The children came past us laughing, chattering and happily walking down to school.