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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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The growth of the industry has led to the emergence of different talents, one of which is the talented Sherman de Vries.
Sherman says he cannot say the money that was transfer to Sherman and Sherman's account at the International Bank by Sable Mining for its activities in Liberia.
At Sherman Theatre his aim is to build on the foundations laid and success achieved during Rachel O'Riordan's tenure in the role, creating and curating work of a high standard.
Advocate Sherman also earned the Everest Award, which honors hospitals that have achieved both the highest current performance and the fastest long-term improvement over five years.
But sadly, many of Sherman's friends have passed away over the years, and so day after day, he was disappointed to find nothing in the mail.
"My practice has been built on education: speaking engagements, white papers, webinars and benchmarking," Sherman said.
Aaron Sherman, president and founding partner at Odyssey Group, was a financial adviser with Sherman Werst.
Maybe that was a recognition that the brand of change Sherman was pitching wasn't going to carry the day as Baria's legislative allies and others in the Democratic establishment rallied to support the person they knew
"This extraordinary Welsh language play is directed by Jac Ifan Moore, one of our directors nurtured though the Sherman artist development programme.
According to (https://www.forbes.com/profile/bernard-barry-sherman/) Forbes , Sherman, 75, was the 12th richest man in Canada and ranked 660th among world's billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $3.2 billion, as recorded in March 2017.
Born in Ohio in 1820, the son of a successful lawyer who died when Sherman was nine, the future general was raised by Charles Ewing, his father's close friend and a prominent Whig.
Before working as an academic administrator, Major Sherman (he was promoted to the rank of colonel in 1861, brigadier general later that year, major general in 1862, lieutenant general in 1866, and, finally commanding general of the U.S.