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nonprofessional

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someone who is not a clergyman or a professional person

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Layman, who is listed online as a freelance court reporter, is accused in court documents of pouring liquid onto and throwing sculptures "across the room with her hands.
The Op doesn't even carry a gun in his early outings, but, as Layman says, 'Hammett's first story for Cody features six murders, three of which are committed with cause by the Op.
She said Layman, using the name Samantha Dowry, offered $4,000 in cash, plus $1,000 for expenses, to poison her ex-husband, a taxi driver, and gave her a baggie of ricin to be used in the plot, the Oklahoman reported, citing a federal affidavit.
Another layman from another church in Shubra also demonstrated that the central plans, together with the new ordinations, properly regulated Khidmet Ikhwet Il-Rab.
Installed Building Products acquired Virginia, US-based Layman Brothers Contracting, a 12-year old insulation installer serving the greater Richmond, Virginia area through its diversified product offering and end market mix.
The A11 New Collector's Guide to Remington Rolling Block Military Rifles of the World," by George Layman, Mobray Publishing, 2010.
One of the few positive ways of describing the layman is to say that he is a man who takes the temporal order seriously.
Mack Trucks has named Brian Layman vice president of Business Development, a newly created post responsible for I product segmentation, development and management of sales programs, dealer measurements, plus new-truck sales pricing and quoting activities in North America.
The Layman fuel-reduction burn, in scenic southwest Western Australia, produced fire behavior that was never anticipated in the prevailing weather conditions.
Steven Layman of Geosyntec Consultants discovered the new species of darter fish.
Hans Nielsen Hauge (1771-1824) was the first Norwegian layman who organized ordinary people to hold prayer meetings in their homes.
He worked for Prudential and when I was a teenager I used to watch how the people in our community respected my dad," Layman says.
A layman, he holds a masters and a doctorate in Western philosophy from the University of Tehran.
Lynn Sherie Bradford and Meredith Britt Layman were united in marriage on March 27, 2010, at half past five in the evening at Ephesus Baptist Church in Forest The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Dr.
But just as the Man of La Mancha taught us much about what it means to be human, I came to appreciate how Bill Layman and his work on the Canadian Columbia speaks volumes about the importance of place and memory in modern life.