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n.1.A man who tills the earth; a husbandman.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"The big concern with video chat is bandwidth restrictions from service providers," Tillman says.
"Trucking is a 'boy's world,'" says Tillman, "but once a woman can get her foot through the door, the sky is the limit.
Eric Metcalf, formerly of Shrewsbury, has been awarded the Tillman Military Scholarship for 2012-13.
Jewellery Quarter-based S&X Media has appointed Rachel Tillman as senior account executive to strengthen the team during what is a huge year for the firm.
Enterprise: America's Fightingest Ship and the Men Who Helped Win World War II, by Barrett Tillman, Simon and Schuster, 302 pages, $27.
The business was bought by Jaeger's owner Harold Tillman and its chief executive Belinda Earl in 2009, but it continued to make "significant losses" despite their efforts to turn it around, according to administrators at FRP Advisory.
FASHION entrepreneur Harold Tillman has sold his majority stake in Jaeger, the business he saved from collapse nearly 10 years ago.
Tillman offered his motivation: "Sports embodied many of the qualities I deem meaningful: courage, toughness, strength.
According to the Daily Mail, Colonel Mark Tillman said Air Force One received a terrifying message that said 'Angel is next,' referring to the classified call sign of Air Force One.
Lynne Tillman, Someday This Will Be Funny (RED LEMONADE, 2011)
Tillman, age 21, was injured in an automobile accident on May 27, 2008, when his 1995 Dodge Ram pickup truck was struck from the rear by a vehicle driven by Tommy J.
Detroit-based National Service Officer Kwan Tillman gave Holdwick and his wife, Mary Jo, the news they sought.