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

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He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Jimmy Chapman and Michael Chapman; and one sister, Barbara Chapman.
Despite her illness, Chapman remains positive, saying that she will not let cancer beat her.
For example, the 1768 inventory of Donald Mackcallum merchant and chapman in Killin in Perthshire is full of handkerchiefs, cloth, belts, buttons, and buckles.
The court heard a blood sample showed Chapman had a reading of 174 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood.
The Prince of Wales meeting <BEdward Chapman and Tasker Watkins at the Royal Regiment of Wales reunion dinner held at the City Hall, Cardiff, in 1977
One woman worker claimed Mr Chapman had doled out the plants from his greenhouse to all staff members except her.
In the last 12 months Chapman Freeborn has also continued to expand its unrivalled global network, strengthening its presence in markets including Scandinavia and Russia and establishing a sales and marketing operation in Argentina.
The second Hedley Chapman died in 1905, so younger brother Norman H Chapman took control.
The IPCC said that as a high-risk sex offender Chapman should have been visited at least every three months.
Yesterday, at nearby Easingwold, a celebration and thanksgiving service was held at St John's Church, which was packed to the rafters with trainers, owners, jockeys and racing personnel joining family and friends to honour Chapman and his achievements.
Chapman recently posed in a sexy photo shoot for a Russian magazine, which is suing her for posting the pictures before its issue could hit newsstands.
Facebook sex fiend Chapman, jailed for life yesterday, set Emma Monk's house ablaze after she let him stay with her.