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The term Foreman is a noun that is used to describe a chief or first person. An example of a Foreman a member of a jury that is selected to act as the chairman or spokesperson of a jury. A Foreman can also be a specially trained worker that either works with or is designated to lead a work group or crew. In a buisiness environment a Foreman is a person that is placed in charge of a group of workers, a particular operation, or a specific section of a plant.
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The term '''Foreman''' is a noun that is used to describe a chief or first person. An example of a foreman a member of a jury that is selected to act as the chairman or spokesperson of a jury. A foreman can also be a specially trained worker that either works with or is designated to lead a work group or crew. In a business environment a foreman is a person that is placed in charge of a group of workers, a particular operation, or a specific section of a plant.

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The term Foreman is a noun that is used to describe a chief or first person. An example of a foreman a member of a jury that is selected to act as the chairman or spokesperson of a jury. A foreman can also be a specially trained worker that either works with or is designated to lead a work group or crew. In a business environment a foreman is a person that is placed in charge of a group of workers, a particular operation, or a specific section of a plant.