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Definition of Truckmen

Truckmen
Truckman Truck"man, n.; pl. Truckmen. 1. [From Truck barter.] One who does business in the way of barter or exchange. 2. [From Truck a carriage.] One who drives a truck, or whose business is the conveyance of goods on trucks.

Meaning of Truckmen from wikipedia

- Province sighting La Pampa Province, Route 35, Km 72 Argentina At 4.10 three truckmen, Valentino Tom****ini, Gauro Tom****ini and Humberto Zenobi saw an object...
- manufacturers of seltzer and soda while Toplinsky cornered the produce market, truckmen and livery stables. Although the three often worked independently from...
- entrance to the Custom House Truckmen's room. This story consists of rooms for the Night Inspectors, Custom House Truckmen, and Engineer of the Heating...
- York Times. December 16, 1927. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved May 11, 2018. "TRUCKMEN PROTEST HOLLAND TUBE RATES; Tolls Called 'Beyond Reason,' Restricting the...
- entrance to the Custom House Truckmen's room. This story consists of rooms for the Night Inspectors, Custom House Truckmen, and Engineer of the Heating...
- and Silk are the directors of their businesses. On the other hand, the truckmen hire their own ****istants, own their trucks, pay their own expenses, with...
- Wren Blair, became the Oshawa Truckmen and operated from Bowmanville, ON for the 1953–54 season. In 1954, the Oshawa Truckmen were relocated to Whitby and...
- charges were proportionate to the time consumed. Quarrels between police, truckmen and cab-men were common, and it was only by resort to the "night stick"...
- team, General Manager Wren Blair made a Senior B team known as the Oshawa Truckmen, who pla**** in Bowmanville for the 1953–1954 season. The year after, this...
- hips, made of canvas, serge, co**** linen, etc., and worn by sailors, truckmen, etc." – ref: NED. That dictionary has more on jup, jupe, jump, and jumper...
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