noun, plural ship·men.
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Or am I and others who cite luck, including Shipman, simply more self-aware or forthcoming than most people, especially men?
To be clear, Kay and Shipman are not the only ones who seem to have a problem with women using the “L-word.”
When Shipman would not open the door, Nowak began to cry, the police said.
Shipman cracked the window, and Nowak sprayed pepper spray into the vehicle.
Shipman laughed a little ironically; he turned to the young lawyer.
She led him first to the door of the Judge's study and Shipman stood watching her slender figure mount the stairs.
"They have the Law-of-the-Pack, apparently," said Shipman, laughing.
Sard, motioning to the other cheek-to-cheek couples, nodded mischievously at Shipman.
At the slight quick color on the other's face, Shipman stumbled doggedly on.