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gasman

[′gas‚mən]
(mining engineering)
An underground official who examines the mine for firedamp and has charge of its removal.
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Younger faculty come in and older faculty say, 'Oh, there are new people here, let us ask them to do this,'" says Gasman.
After the tip-off from the gasman, police found Al Kotobe had installed a pounds 500 ventilation system, allowing him to turn the heating up.
Black college presidents, as well as the authors of The Black College Mystique, should look to Marybeth Gasman and Sibby Anderson-Thompkins' (2003) book Fund-Raising from Black College Alumni: Successful Strategies for Supporting Alma Mater for approaches to reach this important constituency.
But the gasman ducked and Toby overshot his head flying straight out the door.
This splendid pair, one at the piano, one in a wheelchair, delighted devotees around the world with their urbane, lunatic songs about subjects as diverse as a gnu, a hippopotamus, a London omnibus -and, of course, the gasman, among many others.
A GASMAN accused of indecently assaulting a woman at her home has been cleared by a jury.
Marybeth Gasman, a professor of higher education at the University of Pennsylvania and director of the school's Center for Minority Serving Institutions, agreed.
Gasman has had more than 35 years assessing and forecasting the commercial prospects for new technologies.
Editors Gasman and Geiger, both teachers of higher education at the University of Pennsylvania, unite contributors in ethnic studies, educational policy, and educational studies in this collection of historical studies.
And Margaret Williams of St Ives, Cambridgeshire, was left fuming after waiting in for a gasman who missed three appointments.
I would have offered to wait in for the gasman but the possibility never arose.
All the favourites will be there - the Gasman Cometh, Mud, Glorious Mud, The Hippopotamus Story and the Gnu Song.