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Sher·man

(shĕr'măn),
Henry C., U.S. biochemist, 1875-1955. See: Sherman unit, Sherman-Bourquin unit of vitamin B2, Sherman-Munsell unit.
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Shearman frequently provides preventative harassment and discrimination training for employers and lectures on employment law, real estate and tort litigation.
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Shearman had asked the doctors to design mock injuries that would stretch their medical capabilities.
Djezzy has demanded that Shearman sign a non-disclosure document," said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Mr Shearman put a lot of the success down to a new website.
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The whole environment accountants face is driving a lot of the conservatism we see, and I don't think it will change unless and until the accountants can see a change in the regime they face that will allow them to exercise more judgment and allow their general counsel to see they're not crazy for doing it," says Shearman & Sterling's Lyons.
Shearman (1992) explicitly stated that a state portrait was a "meaningless category" at the time it was painted.
The stars: Geraldine Chaplin, William Katt, Helena Carroll, Alan Shearman, Cornelia O'Herlihy, David Byrd, Keene Curtis and Anna Mathias.
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