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Car·man

(kar'man),
Russell D., U.S. radiologist, 1875-1926. See: Carman sign.
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The two insurance companies argued that criminal wrongdoing bars Carman's insurance claim, as he allegedly made faulty repairs to the boat the day before it sank and knew it was unseaworthy, according to the Associated Press.
Carman Family Foundation trustee Bill Carman told the Observer this week the family moved to Dunblane a few years ago and wished to help the Holmehill campaign.
As Chair, Carman will lead the Alberta Advisory Board as it assists Fire & Flowers board and executive management in developing strategy for both corporate development and social responsibility as Canadian societal norms change with the legalization of cannabis for recreational use.
Carman purchased the former Eagle Inn in Cardigan - a traditional 18thcentury drinking establishment, which had been closed since 2016.
Carman's three aunts claimed he was responsible for the death of Chakalos and the death of his mother.
Carman was one of the few who gave this smaller engagement its due importance, detailing the disaster that befell the 118th Pennsylvania Infantry and Maj.
Carman was diagnosed in February of 2013 with Multiple Myeloma, an incurable cancer of the blood that deteriorates the body's bones, literally eating them away piece by piece.
>Artist Val Carman with American visitor Kristy Lungo, centre, who was looking for her family
With Leon Baptista Alberti and Nicholas Cusanus, Charles Carman sets out to fill this gap and to demonstrate that perspective and painting encompass the meaning of seeing between the realities of the physical (the visual) and the spiritual (visualised).
Carman to executive vice president, chief credit officer for the company and the bank, effective April 1, 2015.
SENIOR professional Paul Carman has joined the John Letters Teaching Academy and Stadium as a coach.