[kurk-muh n; Scot. kirk-muh n]
- a member or follower of the Kirk.
- a churchman.
Origin of kirkman
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Examples from the Web for kirkman
Kirkman does dip into metaphor here, as telephones are a symbol of our connection with one another.The Walking Dead’s Luke Skywalker: Rick Grimes Is the Perfect Modern-Day Mythical Hero
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“That fan reaction is going to get him killed,” Kirkman said.The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Says Michonne’s Cute, Wouldn’t Mind a Romance
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“I think the beauty of it is that there is a great template for [the show] in what Kirkman wrote,” she says.Danai Gurira, Who Plays Michonne, Says ‘The Walking Dead’ Isn’t Racist
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Kirkman was waiting for her flight at an airport when she saw the THR story.‘Two and a Half Men’ Co-Creator Lee Aronsohn’s Female-Comedy Rant
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Mr. Kirkman's argument is in substance: Rate-making is a difficult subject.The Railroad Question
Mr. Kirkman thought all the world of Jim and could not run the shop without him.An Anarchist Woman
I am sure nobody else in the station could do so well, Mrs. Kirkman said.
If only she does not put her trust in her own works, Mrs. Kirkman added.
Mrs. Kirkman had already made the remark that Mary was not at all dressed.
- a member or strong upholder of the Kirk
- a churchman; clergyman
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