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Synonyms for bellman

someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels

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These seemingly unconnected events set Sally Lockhart, played by Billie Piper, on the trail of an evil far more awful than she could ever imagine - the Hopkinson Self-Regulator, a super-weapon in the hands of a Scandinavian madman Axel Bellmann (Jared Harris).
Pullman's heroine must find out why an old lady lost all her money when an investment crashed, what it has to do with a clairvoyant's vision of a brutal murder in a forest and if Scandinavian madman Axel Bellmann is involved.
They and their friend Jim become involved in several cases--a fraudulent businessman, a magician threatened by mysterious thugs, and a psychic medium who seems to be tapping into shady business secrets--all of which turn out to be intertwined and centered on the villain of the piece, entrepreneur Axel Bellmann.
83) Using data from another firm survey, however, Lutz Bellmann and Martin Brussig reject this argument.
Economists such as Akerlof and others, Klaus-Dietrich Bedau, Bellmann, and David Begg and Richard Portes have called for wage subsidies.
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Using 1990-1991 flow data from East Germany (provided by Bellmann et al.
Bellmann, L, Estrin, S, Lehmann, H and Wadsworth, J.
Heinrich U, Fuhst R, Rittinghauseen S, Creutzenberg O, Bellmann B, Koch W, et al.
for instance, Cuneo 1990, Schubert 1993, Roloff/Assemacher 1991, Bellmann 1992), assignment of less attractive or less challenging tasks (opportunity) (cf.
Heinrich U, Fuhst R, Rittinghausen S, Creutzenberg O, Bellmann B, Koch W, Levsen K.