Recent Examples of milkman from the Web
Is this an attempt from the president, a Man of the People, to throw out some Normal All-American Job That People Still Do, like be a milkman?
Born near Rochester in Newark, New York, on Oct. 7, 1924, Ketcham’s father was a milkman and his mother taught in a one-room rural schoolhouse.
Lawrence Arthur Heinze was born Dec. 14, 1940, in Baltimore to Horace Heinze, a milkman, and Julia Bertazon, a homemaker.
Frederick John Holste Jr., the son of Frederick J. Holste Sr., a milkman, and Betty Wiedenhoeft Holste, a homemaker, was born and raised in Canton.
As a sensitive, sheltered third grader growing up in Cambria Heights, Queens, Alan Walowitz first encountered the concept of death in 1957 when his milkman was killed while making overnight deliveries.
Dylan Field shines as the poor milkman and loving father, Tevye.
Although this meant fewer milkmen, phone operators and ocean liner crews, job growth actually accelerated during this time.
Mr. Kelly, now 74, grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan; his father was a milkman, and his mother checked the dressing rooms at Macy’s.
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MILKMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of milkman for English Language Learners
: a man who sells or delivers milk
MILKMAN Defined for Kids
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