Some articles on stamper:
... Stamper, while both took dance classes at the New York City Ballet ... Rhodes' maternal grandfather Dave Stamper wrote songs for the Ziegfeld Follies of 1913 through 1931 and composed the music for several other Broadway shows ... A family legend claims that Stamper wrote the well-known song "Shine On, Harvest Moon" in 1903 for Nora Bayes when he was working as her Vaudeville piano accompanist, but ...
... Malcolm Stamper (April 4, 1925 - June 14, 2005) was the longest serving President in Boeing’s history and was best known for leading 50,000 people in the race ... Stamper grew up in Detroit and joined Boeing in 1962 after working for General Motors ... Allen asked Stamper to spearhead production of the new 747 airplane on which the company's future was riding ...
... Paul Newman as Hank Stamper Henry Fonda as Henry Stamper Lee Remick as Viv Stamper Michael Sarrazin as Leland Stamper Richard Jaeckel as Joe Ben Stamper Linda Lawson as Jan Stamper ...
... The story centers on the Stamper family, a hard-headed logging clan in the fictional town of Wakonda, Oregon ... The Stamper family, however, owns and operates a company without unions and decides to not only continue work, but to supply the regionally owned mill with all the lumber the laborers would have supplied—had ... in its examination of the following characters Henry Stamper, the old and half-crazed patriarch whose motto "Never Give A Inch!" has defined the nature of the family and its dynamic with the town Hank, the oldest son ...
More definitions of "stamper":
- (noun): A workman whose job is to form or cut out by applying a mold or die (either by hand or by operating a stamping machine).
- (noun): A power tool that stamps.
Example: "A metal stamper"
Synonyms: stamping machine
Famous quotes containing the word stamper:
“A little way within the gloom a roebuck raised his eyes
Brimful of starlight, and he said: The Stamper of the Skies,
He is a gentle roebuck; for how else, I pray, could He
Conceive a thing so sad and soft, a gentle thing like me?”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)