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woolman

(ˈwʊlmən)
n, pl -men
(Professions) obsolete a wool trader
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woolman

[ˈwʊlmæn] N (woolmen (pl)) (= trader) → comerciante m en lanas; (= manufacturer) → dueño m de una fábrica textil, lanero m
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Judge Lord Woolman deferred sentence on Cannop until next month at the High Court in Edinburgh.
In a written judgement issued at the court on Tuesday, judge Lord Woolman ruled in favour of the SPA.
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Judge Andrew Woolman told Kelly he had narrowly avoided going to prison.
This week, Kelly avoided jail after his trial at Preston crown court as Judge Andrew Woolman said it would be "unjust" to cage him.
Prosecutor Claire Larton requested an adjournment after police could not find her on the trial day, but Judge Andrew Woolman refused.
Judge Andrew Woolman said: "Despite her age, she was feisty and made a determined effort to prevent you stealing money she was saving for her grandchildren."
Patricia Lee (Woolman) Donovan SCHAUMBURG - Patricia Lee (Woolman) Donovan, born on September 4, 1923 in Republican City, Nebraska, to the late Opal Irene Gilbert and the late Orly Nelson Woolman, passed away at age 94 on February 1, 2018 in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
Judge Lord Woolman adjourned sentence for background reports on Boyce, telling him: "I am going to grant you bail."