foreman

[ fawr-muh n, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreman

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Shorty was a sort of foreman, and was allowed much freedom of speech.

He was, in fact, a slayer of beasts—a foreman at the slaughter-house.

The foreman only glanced at him in silence, and the young man took this for assent.

He offered the papers to Mr. Parker, but the foreman shook his head.

"I guess my foreman was right," he told his wife, that evening, with a little satisfaction.

The foreman, however, seemed to feel that something ought to be said.

And first, Mr. Blindman, the foreman, said: I see clearly that this man is a heretic.

At last the foreman of the jury rose to deliver the verdict.

The word came from the foreman's throat in one horrified gasp.

Nor did he even glance again in the direction of the foreman.

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