Edman

Ed·man

(ed'măn),
Pehr, Australian scientist, 1916-1977. See: Edman method, Edman reagent.
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Former Chief Executive Officer Todd Edman, 40, stepped out of that role to work on a new manufacturing venture making sit-to-stand desks from sustainably sourced engineered hardwood.
Andre Edman, 36, was working at Holloway Prison when he met jewel robber, Lauren Lafayette-Ede.
0 STEVE McCLAREN wants to sign Wigan defender Erik Edman for his Dutch side FC Twente.
ROBERTO Martinez will make a late decision on whether to drop left-back Erik Edman and recall Maynor Figueroa for tomorrow's return of former boss Steve Bruce and his Sunderland side.
WIGAN manager Roberto Martinez will make a late decision on whether to drop left-back Erik Edman and recall Maynor Figueroa for tomorrow's return of former boss Steve Bruce and his Sunderland side.
WIGAN manager Roberto Martinez will make a late decision on whether to drop left-back Erik Edman and recall Maynor Figueroa (pictured) for tomorrow's return of former boss Steve Bruce with Sunderland.
Wigan defender Erik Edman will face continue to deputise at left-back for the injured Maynor Figueroa.
At the time he invented Reuben Cohen in 1926, the thirty-year-old Edman rarely had strayed far from Columbia.
The first--and perhaps most important-task is to define the proper role of government, maintains David Edman, managing partner of Wayne, Pa.
WIGAN defender Erik Edman has been ruled out for the rest of the season through injury.
In between, City fashioned a decent chance with Michael Ball swinging a dangerous cross to the far post where Darius Vassell out-jumped Erik Edman to send in a header well saved by Chris Kirkland.