switchboard operator


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Noun1.switchboard operator - someone who helps callers get the person they are callingswitchboard operator - someone who helps callers get the person they are calling
manipulator, operator - an agent that operates some apparatus or machine; "the operator of the switchboard"
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switchboard operator

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It's also the nickname of a switchboard operator who is found strangled.
Peter/Marion High School and worked as a switchboard operator at EMC and as a manicurist.
Resource Consultants in the areas of IT, finance, human resources, payroll and infrastructure (infrastructure refers roles as caretakers, cleaners, receptionist, switchboard operator and administrator / investigator).
PC Rowlands was left critically injured and spent months in hospital, but despite his disability he returned to work as a police switchboard operator.
SHORTLY after 8pm on Thursday, Nov 21, 1974, Birmingham Mail switchboard operator Ian Cropper took a call from a man with an Irish accent.
It led straight to the office of Master Ashley, who had been working as a temporary switchboard operator in Chapel Street.
The switchboard operator appeared uncertain as to how to deal with my request, and promised to call back.
Like a switchboard operator, the pulvinar makes sure that separate areas of the visual cortex - which processes visual information - are communicating about the same external information, lead author of the study Yuri Saalmann, said.
TmcHUD121010-KE2107) * WHO'S CALLING: Every phone call to Huddersfield Corporation, no matter which department it was destined for (the number was 3720 in 1953), went initially to switchboard operator Miss R M N Gibbs.
On Glass Candy's B/E/A/T/B/O/X from last year she began the album as a transformational aerobics instructor, and on Deep Gems she sets it off as a galaxy-connecting switchboard operator.