foremanship


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the position of foreman

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LaSalle Extension University course titled "Modern Foremanship and
Under the foremanship of construction guru Nick Knowles and ex-SAS man and Africa expert Ken Hames, send them to northern Kenya for three months on the mission of a lifetime: to build a game reserve which will save livelihoods and endangered animals.
The magistrates took him to Exeter to try him for riot after they found him preaching to his family and friends, but the grand jury, under the foremanship of one of his relatives, Richard Whiddon of Chudleigh, returned a bill of ignoramus, arguing that riot could not take place in one's own home.
Giving Clyde a minor foremanship without real authority, Samuel helps "to create a prestigious pseudoidentity" (p.