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

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In 1943 he settled in San Francisco and took a steady job as a longshoreman.
To his credit, Schwartz includes a long interview with Walter Williams, a black longshoreman who became the most active and articulate critic of the San Pedro local and its policies.
When I first opened my office doors, my very first client was a longshoreman," he explains.
Reinhardt, the son of a longshoreman, launched Fillmore Real Estate in 1966, opening the first office on the corner of Fillmore and Flatbush Avenues.
Down by the docks, white longshoreman used the riots as an excuse to destroy all evidence of both black and interracial activity in that area.
The council also confirmed the nominations of longshoreman Joe Radesich and environmentalist Jerilyn Lopez-Mendoza to the Harbor Commission.
Many years after his red wagon days, while Peter was recovering from a broken back suffered while working as a longshoreman, one of his other brothers and a friend entered the scrap business in Maine.
SDDC had two fatalities during the past year's heavy equipment movement to Afghanistan and Iraq-a Soldier and a longshoreman.
Their rising pay inspired, in no small part, the decimation of the longshoreman population through the introduction of containerized shipping.
The seven suspects were found after a longshoreman in the Kasumigaura container wharf heard sounds coming from inside the container Tuesday night and contacted the police.