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Rob Marchesano, a construction foreman, was working at a site at La Guardia Street and West Third.

His position as foreman of a company of perhaps a hundred rough and ready young men was not without its influence.

Corrections officers are the foremen, and they motivate with threats of discipline.

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The point is, the real expert is not always the foreman or the team lead, the prestigious surgeon or the person with the broad, big-picture view.

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In the end, after leaving university, he brought his efficiency and leadership skills straight to TfL, working as a tube-station foreman.

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A May 2014 Slate article by Sam Kean details the tragic changes he suffered “from a virtuous foreman to a sociopathic drifter.”

Then going to my seat and seeing Jack and John Foreman and seeing them both very moved.

You got back-cover blurbs on your new book from James McPherson, Amanda Foreman, and Doris Kearns Goodwin.

One was Joe Bamberger, the foreman of the composing room, and the other was Joe Callahan, my assistant as city editor.

No world champion other than George Foreman had fought to defend his title when over the age of 40.

The foreman's immense voice, explaining machines and tools, caused physical vibrations in her.

She was in a dream of oily odours and monstrous iron constructions, dominated by the grand foreman: and Edwin was in the dream.

In his old age he had married the eighteen-year-old daughter of M. Ougby, his late foreman.

He had sent his most trusted foreman to his own beautiful home, to superintend matters there.

He was sent to Paris where, under Leclercq, he learned the printer's trade and finally became a foreman.


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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to foreman, such as: superintendent, supervisor, boss, executive, head, and honcho.

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