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chapman

Archaic a trader, esp an itinerant pedlar

Chapman

George 1559--1634, English dramatist and poet, noted for his translation of Homer
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Shakspere's later contemporaries, under Elizabeth and James I: Jonson, Chapman, Dekker, Heywood, Middleton, Marston, Beaumont and Fletcher, Webster.
Joseph "Joe" Chapman, 83, of Pinckneyville passed away at 7:05 p.
Dog the Bounty Hunter" star Beth, who has been married to Duane "Dog" Chapman for 11 years, confessed that she has stage 2 throat cancer, (http://www.
Chapmen, pedlars and hawkers were all used, but surviving documentary records indicate that chapman was the predominant term used in eighteenth-century Scotland, whereas by the nineteenth century pedlar was more typical.
Colin Chapman was busted after a colleague smelled alcohol as he sat in the ScotRail train.
Edward <B Chapman VC and his wife following his investiture at Buckingham Palace by the King in July 1945
Richard Chapman, dismissed by Malvern Town Council after 12 "unblemished years" lost his job following allegations of bullying, harassment and favouritism, an employment tribunal heard.
com)-- Chris Chapman, chairman and co-founder of Chapman Freeborn, was on hand to accept the award at a gala event held at the Lancaster Hotel in London on April 27.
The Chapman story began in 1847 when the family business was launched by Hedley Chapman, a man with a reputation for making fine pieces of furniture.
CHAPMAN was placed on the sex offenders register after being convicted of rape and robbery in December 1996.
THE racing world turned out in force yesterday to pay its last respects to David Chapman, whose unconventional methods and remarkable success with sprinters during 40 years as a trainer earned him wholesale admiration.
New York, Sept 9 (ANI): Sexy spy Anna Chapman is back in Russia, and she is nothing less than a celebrity there.