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churchman

1. a clergyman
2. a male practising member of a church
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Zoe Churchman, 18, was turned down at The Body Shop in Cambridge when the manager said the post was for someone "who speaks Chinese".
This is a senior churchman seeing first-hand the effects on his flock of a cruel, heartless policy.
Miss Churchman said: "I told him, 'I'm a hard worker', but he said the last person who had the job was English and spoke Chinese.
The play will see the return of Churchman to the radio, but O'Connor ruled out the return of Grace Archer.
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.
The Canadian Churchman had mentioned conscription in 1915, but the commentary was brief and was carried on through exchanges in letters to the editor.
FEATHERED FRIENDS: Scarlett Churchman, three, meets a macaw, above, and Sophie Allen, eight, left, pals up with Nigel the cockatoo
4 (2007): 318-9; "Old Earth Creationists," English Churchman 7779 (6 and 13 Nov.
Aliu Adeyemo, of Synkere Close, Keresley, was behind the wheel of a Mitsubishi when it hit David Churchman, outside The Place, in Stoke-on-Trent in 2002.
6 (ANI): A leading churchman in West Papua has called on President Obama to withdraw US cooperation with Indonesia's elite 'Kopassus' forces, after finding himself on a military 'enemies' list.
STEVE CHURCHMAN, 47, is the shopkeeper and sub-postmaster in Garndolbenmaen.
John's College, Oxford, and Lady Margaret professor of divinity, a position he gained in 1715 by election in competition with an Arminian churchman.