Definition of Placeman. Meaning of Placeman. Synonyms of Placeman

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Definition of Placeman

Placeman
Placeman Place"man, n.; pl. Placemen. One who holds or occupies a place; one who has office under government. --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Placeman from wikipedia

- Godot, mentioned "a veteran racing cyclist, bald, a 'stayer', recurrent placeman in town-to-town and national championships, Christian name elusive, surname...
- Alkhanov had no obvious po****r base and was seen by many observers as the placeman of the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Critics of Russian...
- Alliance. He entered Parliament in 1701 as member for Morpeth, elected as a placeman on the Earl of Carlisle's interest to support the Court Whigs, and in 1705...
- response, Syrym Datuly declared the war against Russia and killed its placeman Yesim who became the Khan after Yeraly. Many raids at the frontier line...
- Biscepstone, the Montacute estate was owned by Tofig (Tovy), a staller (placeman or court office-holder) to Danish King Canute. Village tradition remembers...
- of the Pells in 1698, Pelham was a reliable Whig and Court-supporting placeman. Pelham was born in about 1661, the third son of Sir John Pelham, 3rd Baronet...
- Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford, and entered parliament as Bedford's placeman. He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Bridport in 1559...
- Commons during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Satterthwaite was a placeman for James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale. He died on 1 May 1825. National...
- post regnem primus" (prude = prudent, wise, sagacious). He was staller (a placeman or court office-holder) to King Cnut the Great. Little is known about the...
- College Notables King's College Timeline "Myles Cooper: Ecclesiastical Placeman" from "Tory Prologue: King’s College in Revolutionary America 1754 - 1776"...
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