foreman


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Synonyms for foreman

Synonyms for foreman

a person who exercises control over workers

a man who is foreperson of a jury

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As before, the jury did not leave their box; but, after a consultation of some little time, their foreman arose, and pronounced the prisoner Guilty.
The foreman seated himself near the candle, produced from his breast pocket a pencil and scrap of paper and wrote rather laboriously the following verdict, which with various degrees of effort all signed:
Building railways in the far West, with gangs of Chinese and Italians and Hungarians and scarcely a foreman who isn't terrified of his job, isn't exactly drawing-room work.
The last had occurred only the month before, from the foreman of the washing-room, and he had been good and kind, but not young.
Bar, who felt that he had got all the rest of the jury and must now lay hold of the Foreman, soon came sidling up, double eye-glass in hand.
By that time, Bar felt that he had secured the Foreman, and might go to dinner with a good appetite.
I wonder what the foreman of the jury, whoever he'll be, has got for breakfast,' said Mr.
If it's near dinner-time, the foreman takes out his watch when the jury has retired, and says, "Dear me, gentlemen, ten minutes to five, I declare
Foreman details every major battle, complete with maps, and provides insight into military leaders along the way.
Foreman grew up in Seattle and was educated at Harvard, graduating with honors from Harvard College in 1970 and Harvard Law School in 1975.
But our repeated pleas fell on deaf ears," Shibu and Watson, the victims, alleged "So, on Saturday, we approached the Indian embassy, and following their directions, we filed a complaint against the foreman at the Labour Department and returned to the camp.
Tom Foreman demonstrates how he balances his passion for running with all else that is important in life.
Foreman, who was drunk in a Middlesbrough bar, texted her several times asking her if he could call around and if she would pay for a taxi for him, said prosecutor Rachel Masters.
Bromley magistrates heard Foreman has signed a six-month contract with the BBC and is being paid on a per-episode basis.
Foreman handles a variety of legal services that includes Bankruptcy, Business Law and Consulting and Personal Injury.