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churchman

1. a clergyman
2. a male practising member of a church
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To recapitulate: Churchman (1971) recognizes three generic figures: the decision maker (dm in Figure 1); the designer (d) and the client (c).
Local churchman the Rev Colin McIntosh said the thoughts of all the people of Dunblane would be with the families of the dead and injured.
The shamed churchman told of his affair and made a decision to quit.
com's commitment to the region," added Don Churchman, vice president polymers for CheMatch.
When I was a child, the Canadian Churchman was my primer about God, Jesus, and the Anglican church.
In 1875, the Dominion Churchman (whose roots may go further back) was privately owned and made money by charging for subscriptions, at $2 per year.
Alabama Environmental Council Executive Director Michael Churchman said,"It's putting pressure on recycling markets.
Commissioners tabbed Dave Churchman, who has managed EWEB's trading and power operations for six years, to temporarily succeed General Manager Roger Gray.
O'Connor's radio play, scripted by long-time Archers writer Joanna Toye, explores the idea that enmity between Ysanne Churchman, who voiced Grace Archer, and the show's first editor, Godfrey Baseley, was the real reason that she was killed off.
Editors Pasbakhsh and Churchman present students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a collection of academic articles and essays that together introduce the history, geology, and mineralogy, as well as the characteristics and potential applications of a number of different types of natural nanotubes.
And they were made to pay as Chris Churchman reduced the deficit just before the break, with a shot from the edge of the area which went straight through Dan Bachmann.