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  • n. A fireman or firewoman.


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  • If you show up on Saint Denis in Paris dressed like a French whore and YD shows up as a "fireperson" in those sexy rubber longjohns, I am sunk.

    On Passing

  • Technology is the better firehose, which still requires a fireperson to use it to put out fires.

    Gil Laroya: Changing the World -- Technology or Users?

  • Once you ` re a cop or a fireperson or a prosecutor, it ` s in your blood.

    CNN Transcript Aug 11, 2008

  • Again, she was saying she was speaking to a fireperson who was on the scene there.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2008

  • Whereas these folks are such important members of the community, I suggest they get paid the mean salary of a public school teacher and a volunteer fireperson

    Think Progress

  • I could be a fireperson or a policeperson if you'd like, or a transport driver, or a scientist. "

    The Life of the World to Come


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