company operator

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: operator - an operator who works for a company
manipulator, operator - an agent that operates some apparatus or machine; "the operator of the switchboard"
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The video released by IS and posted on Tuesday on militant websites presents the pricey ultimatum: Japan must pay $200 million within 72 hours or the two Japanese hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto Jogoa -42-year-old private military company operator and a 47-year-old freelance journalist - will be executed.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a former coach company operator who ferried miners and police to and from collieries during the 1984-85 Miners' Strike.
Phill Dorosky plays tour company operator Jeff Carson.
named Matthew Westphal to the Alarm Company Operator Disciplinary Review Committee (DRC), part of the Department of Consumer Affairs, on Friday, December 30.
Nishikawa, a transportation company operator, was being sought by the Pusan police on suspicion of murder and later returned to Japan and turned himself in to the Osaka police, saying he was innocent because he simply complied with Hirayama's request.
Lack of track record as a distribution company operator.
Various studies have shown that up to 50 percent of calls received by a company operator are for transferring calls between employees.
Sheriff's investigators are seeking a motive for the shooting death of a Lancaster man Monday after arresting a Thousand Oaks tow company operator and the victim's girlfriend within hours of the shooting.
Severe storm expert and tour company operator Todd Thorn said that British visitors, eager to experience thunderstorms, lightning and tornadoes, make up 30 to 50 percent of each tour group and comprise nearly all his non-U.
This position leaves the rail travelling public at the mercy of the rail company operators, These operators have virtually a free hand to up fares as they wish.
Like most forest company operators, Saint is not totally surprised that mandatory certification would come eventually.