charge hand

charge hand

n
1. Brit a workman whose grade of responsibility is just below that of a foreman
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charge hand

n (Brit) → caposquadra m/f
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"He was a charge hand for down the bottom of the towers, and the photographs are of people on the top of the towers," said Mrs Steventon.
Dumbarton Cemetery charge hand, Bob hope, 61, guided them to the graveside.
Norman, 68, is a retired shift worker at a bakery, while Maggie was a civilian charge hand in the RAF messes.
Under the direction of the motor transport charge hand and working within a team, to service and maintain a fleet of light vehicles, LGV's, PCV's and plant, to a standard that is equal to or better than the current DVSA requirements.
This new finding, according to Keen, would have been enough for prosecutors to charge Hand with Milam's murder.
I was made charge hand in a shop working night shift with 17 employees, first at Baxter Gate and later at the Belton Road works.
This award, which carries a cash prize of Rs.2 lakh and a Citation, was conferred to Shri Subrata Kumar, Charge hand (Diesel) (Special grade) in Tata Steel Limited, Jamshedpur for his exemplary contributions in 2012.
Nigel, 43, a charge hand dock operator at PD Ports, said: "We have met the Queen and had a civic reception in Stockton.
The former engineering apprentice has progressed steadily within the company, working as a fitter and then a charge hand at the South Shields depot for 12 years before being promoted to engineering supervisor at Sunderland.
Spicer joins the team from Hamilton Union in Scotland, where he worked as bar charge hand since 2012, and has also worked at other venues such as Uncle Sam's and Woodies Nightclub in Cyprus, and Downtown Nightclub in Scotland, where was charge hand and assistant manager.
When I was 25 I was a charge hand with a gang of men.