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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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The aircraft caught fire and, fortunately, both Mr Foreman and Mr Williams survived, albeit with significant injuries".
During the fight build-up, Ali courted the world's media and earned the adoration of the Zairean people, in contrast to Foreman, whom it appeared to wish he was anywhere else but Kinshasa.
Foreman, looking dapper but still dangerous in a grey, pinstriped suit and shades, leaned back and shrugged.
Foreman was a hulking 25-year-old when he was beaten by Ali, who was 32 and weakened after years being banned from the sport for refusing to serve in Vietnam on religious grounds.
Anyone who runs, has been inspired by their own child or has tried to accomplish something difficult will find plenty worth pondering in the story of Foreman and his family.
In the subsequent 35 years, Dale Foreman has helped hundreds of people in the community with claims ranging from farm and ranch disputes and serious personal injury and medical malpractice to environmental regulation, employment discrimination and more.
Although no fighting ensued, Foreman asks: "What if the British lion roared back?
She refused, but Foreman turned up at the house at 3am shouting and asking to be allowed inside.
But the swindle was exposed after officials studied the on-board CCTV on the bus and saw Foreman, who admitted fraud, had pulled over his Ford to wait for the bus, before braking unnecessarily.
Foreman makes their social media informative and thought-provoking, touching the practice areas like Business Law and Consulting, Bankruptcy, Foreclosure Defense, and Personal Injury.
Foreman said his operation wasn't geared to compete against the industry giant in northwest Arkansas, TNT Mobile Oil Service, established in 1994 by Harvey Taylor.
Foreman suggests the ways in which Wilson refigures Defoe's tale of a servant girl and complicates it by race.