Stevedore

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STEVEDORE. A person employed in loading and unloading vessels. Dunl. Adm. Pr. 98. Vide Arrameurs; Sac

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ALLAN ROBERT MARTIN, A LONGSHOREMAN and odd jobber in postwar Saint John, New Brunswick, was a central figure in the diaries of his wife Ida Louise Martin (nee Friars).
Geyserville, Calif.--Jess Stonestreet Jackson, maverick founder of one of California's largest family-owned wineries, lawyer, philanthropist, racehorse owner and former longshoreman and police officer, died at his Geyserville home April 21 at age 81, after a long battle with cancer.
Set in 50s Brooklyn, the story centres on longshoreman Eddie Carbone, whose family life explodes when his two Italians cousins - illegal immigrants Rodolpho and Marco - arrive at his home with hopes of a new life.
In a 1976 contest, San Pedro longshoreman Sam Puccio Jr, who skipped his daughter's baptism to compete, laid on his back on a homemade skateboard made out of a 2-by-6 plank and clocked 54 miles per hour.
Kenya dying the sun in its fairy-tale setting drowned in a blood-red sea the creche is umber; blue for a sky, a dress, a child's eyes; no one includes the smell of the animals or the air at Golgotha three days old: each death draws closer to Hell bells in the village church ring the angels' caroling glass notes falling like men such sorrow, so little joy as if the world were real from beginning to end After different jobs, including working as a longshoreman on the Hudson docks, F.
In which film did Marlon Brando play a longshoreman? 7.
The dates are wide-ranging too, from the Ottomans in the Indian Ocean in the 16th century, to the politics of West Indian longshoreman working at the Panama Canal in the early 20th.
If you are a longshoreman and you work at one of the nation's West Coast ports, especially Los Angeles or Long Beach, NAPTA has an ugly surprise in store for you: your job will soon be gone.
In an interview with Radio 19 in Bristol, Mr Prescott said that he identified with one of the star's most famous early roles as the former boxer turned longshoreman, Terry Malloy, in the film On the Waterfront.
As director of security for the International Longshoreman's and Warehouseman's Union, Mitre keeps an ongoing watch on the maritime industry nationwide.