elevator operator

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Noun1.elevator operator - an operator of an elevatorelevator operator - an operator of an elevator    
elevator girl - a girl employed to operate an elevator
elevator boy, elevator man, liftman - a man employed to operate an elevator; "in England they call an elevator man a liftman"
manipulator, operator - an agent that operates some apparatus or machine; "the operator of the switchboard"
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Summary: English-language feature is about a disillusioned young lift operator from Mumbai
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Due to shouting of the officers and staff was heard by patients and their attendants had called to the administration of hospital after that lift operator was called.
According to the details, owing to the alleged negligence of the lift operator six years old girl fell off the lift when the operator Hameed son of Saeed resident of Ghari started them lifting off when the two minors had not properly settled.
At an inquest into Mr Holmes' death, Teesside Coroner's Court heard that the 31-year-old fork lift operator had moved into his grandmother's house after splitting up with his girlfriend of six years.
"All I wanted was the lift operator and he wouldn't come.
It came crashing down when Darren, who lived with wife Karen in Ayr, and a fork-fork lift operator were preparing a wood order for delivery.
Suleman Hassan, a federal government employee, said he was worried earlier about his salary as he was a low-salaried lift operator in Accountant General (AG) office and it was hard for him to feed his family.
He grew up in its shadow and his brother Michael used to step in when the regular lift operator was ill or on holiday.
Anthony was a fork lift operator at New England Grocers for 28 years, before he retired.
With darkness falling, they persuade the chair lift operator to let them go up for one last run.