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Synonyms for pigman

a herder or swine


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Firms often act at the strategic group level to pursue their collective interests as well (Frynas, Mellahi, and Pigman 2006; Mahon, Heugens, and Lamertz 2004).
Each team had separate areas to hunt and Team Pigman started in a hilly, forested area adjacent to some public land.
It was followed within a year by The Contender and The Pigman, and YA lit was born.
The Mach 1 Pigman Edition line of air rifles features the IGT MACH 1, a 33mm pneumatic cylinder capable of shooting pellets up to 1,420 fps.
Talley, immediate past president of the American Bar Association's Section on Real Property, Trust and Estate Law and an attorney at Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann L.
Bosch Fawstin is a cartoonist, blogger, and creator of the anti-jihad superhero Pigman.
Hinton's The Outsiders and Paul Zindel's The Pigman, experiences with death are two-pronged: death endows protagonists with the knowledge and the power that accompany experience, but death is also the ultimate authority that moves adolescents to contemplate the finite limits and potential of their agency (118-19).
office of Stone Pigman Walther Wittman LLC, agrees.
Pigman has called "the bewildering variety of [Renaissance] positions" on imitation, as discussed either by humanists (e.
As such, use of the term in relation to sporting mega events has been considered relatively unproblematic (Murray & Pigman, 2014; Pope, 2014).
Representative Cary Pigman (R--Avon Park), a physician who is leading the House's effort on the bill, rejected arguments about issues such as the proposed changes leading people to forgo becoming primary-care physicians.
Bridesmaids were Barri Elizabeth Cranford, Michelle Elizabeth Hitchcock, Laura Harbarger Richardson, Anne Taylor Murray, Meghan Alford Liter, Molly Shivers Cutcliffe, Elaine Clark Pigman, and Taylor Marion-Joy Bums.
Juby's mother was a spinning woman, and her father was the pigman, working on the plantation of a master who owned many slaves.
There is, however, no suggestion of criticism or distancing from the model text, aspects which Pigman considers characteristic of aemulatio (17), and Ferreira's modifications do not make for substantial deviations.
In the early 1900s, new definitions of empathy were applied in the emerging fields of psychology and psychiatry, asserting that empathy was an important therapeutic process that involved connecting or identifying with a client's experience (Clark, 2004; Feller & Cottone, 2003; Pigman, 1995).