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lampman

[′lamp·mən]
(mining engineering)
A person responsible for maintaining and servicing miners' lamps.
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Supporting local producers keeps the Vermont economy strong, local communities vibrant, and preserves the rural identity and lifestyle of Vermonters," Lampman continued.
Still, Eugene planner Tracy Lampman counsels her clients to also look at savings as part of their debt reduction strategy.
The certificate was witnessed by Hannah Deforest, Adam Stull and Mary Lampman.
Lampman remained jailed in lieu of $1 million bail.
HP wants to help our enterprise customers solve their business challenges through automation tools that will allow them to create an agile, cost-effective and predictable IT service environment," said Dick Lampman, HP senior vice president, research, and director, HP Labs.
David Eugene Lampman, 18, of Canyon Country and three 17-year-old and two 16-year-old boys are expected to be arraigned today on charges of assault with a flammable liquid, detonation of explosives, hate crimes, arson and burglary, officials said.
July 7, 1989 - 38cents Archibald Lampman (1861-1899) Issued in his memory.
Our goal is to help our customers around the world by improving access to information and communications technologies that best suit their needs and the needs of their economies and societies," said Dick Lampman, HP senior vice president, research, and director, HP Labs.
Speakers include Tracy Lampman, certified financial planner, Casey Lown, a certified mortgage specialist/reverse mortgage analyst, and Robert Tozer, an attorney.
2 -- color) John Hughes and Jennifer Lampman huddle under an umbrella.
One of his sons, Wilhelmus Lampman, returning home to see his family, was caught by the rebels within a short distance of his father's house, and hanged, because, as they said, he was a Tory.
The goal, in the words of HP Labs Director Dick Lampman, is to help HP (NYSE:HPQ)(Nasdaq:HPQ) reach "the next billion customers.