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foreman

an alternative term for SUPERVISOR used mainly in manufacturing organizations.
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uk THE YEAR 43,107 70p out of all those in Warrington, in Liverpool and across Merseyside, and across the country and the world who had been waiting on the words (or word) of the jury forewoman.
The jury forewoman wiped away tears and had a catch in her voice as she confirmed the answers to 14 questions about the disaster to coroner Sir John Goldring.
The jury forewoman wiped away tears and had a catch in her voice as she con-firmed the answers to 14 questions about the disaster to coroner Sir John Goldring.
Harris remained impassive as the forewoman delivered the unanimous verdicts.
When the jury forewoman read the verdict, Kennedy smiled broadly, hugged one attorney and clasped hands with another.
Samsung could have come up with a little more evidence to support their case," said jury forewoman Colleen Allen, a 36-year-old emergency room nurse who has served as a US military combat medic in Afghanistan.
Although Apple is down the street, it's a global company just like Samsung," jury forewoman Colleen Allen said.
His defense team has fought for him, and after hours of deliberations, the jury forewoman returns to open court and announces that the jury has voted unanimously to acquit.
Zero," the jury forewoman said when reading out the damages Samsung would get from Apple.
While we feel the systems in place now are sufficient it did not help the deceased," the jury forewoman said.
The move comes after it was reported that the jury forewoman, Heather Hobson, 42, admitted in an interview with the New York Times that she had seen the film 'Lord of War', in which American actor Nicolas Cage stars as an arms dealer based on Bout, 44, who ran a cargo
Bout, a former military translator looked despondent in a grey suit with a white shirt as he listened to the jury forewoman read out the verdict reached after fewer than eight hours of deliberations over two days.