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foreman

noun chairman of a jury, chief, commander, director, head, leader, manager of the jury, master, member of the jury, overseer, presiding juryman, superintendent, supervisor
Associated concepts: grand jury foreman, petit jury foreman, trial jury foreman
See also: chief, director, superintendent

foreman

the principal juror, male or female, who presides at the deliberations of a jury.
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Consumers will be willing to pay more for George Foreman products," Hidalgo said.
So I went back to boxing trying to sell the old George Foreman heavyweight champion of the world," he says.
I have entrusted them with something precious: the name George Foreman.
David Boyle, Senior Brand Manager for George Foreman Lean Mean Grillers said, "The George Foreman Lean Mean Grillers range is ideal for consumers looking for a healthier alternative but who still want the convenience that frozen food can provide.
BIBR: Your George Foreman Youth and Community Center sounds like a wonderful safe haven for families and a place to help keep kids active and engaged.
His assurance that it is high-protein, no-fat, and low in cholesterol, however, led me to consider sending a note to George Foreman.
Does cooking on a George Foreman grill really get rid of much of the fat in meat?
American boxer George Foreman, 53: Like many successful boxers, Foreman came from a poor background being raised in the black ghetto of Houston, Texas.
THE bout billed as the "Fight of the Aged'' between former world champions George Foreman and Larry Holmes has been called off.
OTCBB: UFFC), a franchisor and operator of fast-casual food service restaurants and nutritional product retail stores, today announced that George Foreman, the well renowned, two-time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, appeared at a UFood Grill restaurant in Naples Florida last Friday.
After 10 years away from the ring, heavyweight George Foreman surprised the boxing world by announcing a comeback at the age of 38 - the motive being to raise money for a youth centre project he was planning in Texas.