inputter


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inputter

(ˈɪnˌpʊtə)
n
a person who inputs
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To my knowledge it should be used as a tool to give a basic roster then the inputter can make alterations to accommodate requests, annual leave etc.
For Miles Hunt, a part-time 18-year-old litter picker at the NEC turned casual data inputter at Coventry's dole office - - where he used his mundane job as "dream space" - - it was the first time he had ever set foot at a festival.
Pat, aged 64, a retired data inputter for the NHS, and Ray, 66, who is a health and safety manager, are already firm cruise fans.
The data inputter did not make a judgement on whether or not the referral or diagnosis was appropriate or not.
A podgy police report inputter revealed to a witness giving a statement how she was not a real police officer, because of "cutbacks", of course.
Pushy Liz, 25, was in fact a typist and data inputter in the back office of the bank where she worked before joining the show.
Mr Ashton said Bolton, who was a data inputter, had not earned a large wage with the DWP and that he had got himself into debt.
The supposed well-respected data inputter who attempts to rank all college and pro teams for USA Today has determined, based on up-to-the-minute statistical minutiae, that USC's football team deserves the No.
James, who works part-time as a data inputter, said: "I've only had two girlfriends and I believe it's a result of my slow and clumsy social interactions.
Ellen has even more to smile about at the moment: Clint, 43, a welder, and her mum Alison, 38, a data inputter, have taken the painful decision not to have another child naturally because there is a one in four chance the baby would be born with the same condition.