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Synonyms for bargeman

someone who operates a barge

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This market contradicts Bargeman and Van der Pool's (2006) statement that festinos spend a lot of time and go through a great deal of trouble before they arrive at a festival.
Bethany Bargeman, eight, from Stone, Staffordshire, handed the Queen some flowers.
As Rafael stands "before the enormous bargeman," (41) awaiting his inevitable doom, a series of asterisks interrupts the action and holds us in mock suspense.
As a bargeman he symbolizes symbiosis with the water: his life is harsh and Spartan, he works hard and eschews wealth.
Two other sheriffs and the bargeman who discovers Chicken Little's body become plagues on the black Community by virtue of neglect or distorted kindness.
During the early years of the expedition the hazards of new fortune favored the wayward individual--the prospector and the fur trader willing to take a chance on the set of a stream or a scent in the wind, the bargeman poling up the Missouri River in the direction of what he noted in his log as "just a little beyond no place.
nThe Bargeman, missing from action for 515 days, made a winning return in the hands of Richard Dunwoody when staying on to beat Step In Line in the novices' handicap hurdle.
The core of the team, which plays together only once a year at the NFL Air-It-Out, is rounded out by ex-Alemany wide receiver Travis Bargeman ('86), who flies in from the Bay Area to prepare and play in the competition.
I cannot locate the pub which used to stand on the very brink of the waterway, where the towpath went straight through the public bar for the convenience of the bargeman, with an ingenious detour for horse and towrope; but I think I see Stoke Bruerne, nowadays a rendezvous of inland voyagers, bristling with cruising motorboats.
We were very pleased that Molly Holly and Spike Dudley took time from their busy schedules to read to the children today," said Gregory Bargeman, Branch Librarian at the Capitol View Neighborhood Library.
He was a Victorian bargeman who threw himself into the canal when he fell ill and was unable to continue his work.
Notorious Inglorious THERE was a tavern in Newcastle It's long gone now of course Somewhere in the Groat Market And called the Flying Horse Its clientele notorious Eccentrics through and through Built up a reputation As a fairly motley crew Tunefully each night they're led By a fiddler called Blind Willy Hard drinking and rumbustious And his good friend named Dumb Billy There's Knack Kneed Mac and Cuckoo Jack He would fair give one a shiver As a bargeman earns commission Pulling corpses from the river How Jackie quick up on the bridge Some gadgie's fallen doon Hadaway a get more for a deed un Came his reply Bring salaries at BBC into the open THE BBC's top broadcasters are said to be paid enormous salaries secretly.
Thunder wouldn't lie down though and Colby Bargeman was instrumental in closing the gap to seven (82-75) heading into the final quarter.
The Thunder were hampered from the start as US import Jonathan Woods was missing, having returned to the States on a family matter, and fellow countryman Colby Bargeman was clearly playing with an injury which hindered him throughout.
Des, now 83, was a gunner in the Navy aboard HMS Warspite, then a bargeman on the Tees earning pounds 4.