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Synonyms for costermonger

a hawker of fruit and vegetables from a barrow

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Los Angeles [USA], July 29 ( ANI ): 'Game of Thrones' actor Nikolaj Coster Waldau is suing his ex-manager for attempting to hold him to a pair of "sham documents".
Speaking to Screen Crave this year, Coster reflected on his midlife resurgence: "After I did 'Hatfields & McCoys' and I got on a horse again, I started to feel my love of acting.
Coster contends that administrations from both political parties "have failed to develop a clear definition of which individuals are able to access these lower-cost mediations.
We are very excited to join Ranieri Real Estate Partners at this pivotal time, as institutions looking to take advantage of trends in commercial real estate and develop long-term strategies seek a trusted adviser with broad capabilities," said Coster.
Leading Skanska's Enterprise Solutions division, John Coster is responsible for delivering integrated software platforms that empower customers to strategically evaluate costs, risks and options of managing IT infrastructure portfolios.
Born in Worcester, Louise was the daughter of Charles and Mary Coster.
Dryden's caliber and drive to join the Fiberweb board," commented Fiberweb chairman Malcolm Coster.
Arnold Coster, the expedition leader, blogged that Aref was carried down from the ABC by yak before being driven to Kathmandu for medical treatment, which was not decribed.
John Coster has joined the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) as senior vice president of government affairs, coming over to the trade association from Rite Aid Corp.
The panel of judges for the 2008 Seafood Prix d'Elite competition were Maria Morales Almeida, who is engaged in fresh goods purchasing for Grupo Eroski in Spain; Taro Nguyen, private label and import manager for Systeme U in France; Olivier De Coster, category manager for the Delhaize Group in Belgium; and Peter Joyner, marketing director in charge of contracts for Elior in the United Kingdom.
Postrevisionist history has found a home in early modern studies, as editors Will Coster and Andrew Spicer exemplify with this collection of fourteen essays.
Karen De Coster is a certified public accountant who has done accounting work for a variety of public and private companies for seven years, and is now working in corporate finance for a Fortune 500 company in the auto industry.
Coster asked as she extended a bowl filled with homemade peanut brittle.
In a candid moment, LEAA Associate Administrator Clarence Coster revealed the organization's true agenda, telling a meeting of police chiefs that American police must be nationalized: "Today, in this country, we have 40,235 law enforcement agencies, ranging from one-man departments to New York City, with more than 40,000 police officers.