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CHAPMAN. One whose business is to buy and sell goods or other things. 2 Bl. Com. 476.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In Robin Hood's Bay, above right, with teacher George Chapman in September 1967 are pupils, from left, Malcolm Lindsley, David Hastie, Eileen Barker, Valerie Melling, Pauline Huzzard, Olwyn Simpson and Janet Houghton
George Chapman, above, was suspected of being Jack the Ripper but it could never be proved; a poster for the capture of Jack The Ripper, top right and bottom right, another Ripper suspect James Maybrick
The elder daughter of George Chapman, former chairman of Dubai Ports Services, Vanessa was four when DESS started.
(6) Second, its composer was the poet and playwright George Chapman. (7) Third, the play underwent a revision, the purpose of which was to excise the presentation of Lady Furnifall's drunkenness (a dependent claim is that this aspect of the play was satirical in intent, was aimed at a living person, and subsequently formed the basis for the depiction of Corteza in The Gentleman Usher).
George Chapman's translation of Homers Iliad and Odyssey, the first complete English translation of the Greek poet, pays assiduous attention to what the translator calls the "ironic" and "scoptic" qualities of both poems.
You'll also learn great exercises to prevent injury from Master Coaches George Chapman and Alexander Kirillov, as well as Bowfit Founder Dave Cole.
Occasional discussion of literary texts (Shakespeare's sonnets, as well as Richard II, King Lear, and Hamlet, plays by George Chapman and Thomas Heywood, in addition to brief analysis of Milton's "On Time") adumbrates the analysis of life-writing throughout the volume.
Echoing Texts: George Chapman's Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles Duke of Byron.
"Young men think old men are fools; but old men know young men are fools," declared George Chapman.
Last October arrested on suspicion of possessing cocaine but charge later dropped.' GEORGE CHAPMAN: SINNER: English name taken by serial killer Severin Klos-owski (originally from Poland).