flagman


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flag·man

 (flăg′mən)
n.
A man who is employed as a flagger.

flagman

(ˈflæɡmən)
n, pl -men
a person who has charge of, carries, or signals with a flag, esp a railway employee

flag•man

(ˈflæg mən)

n., pl. -men.
a person who signals with or carries a flag.
[1825–35]
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"Tom said he and a couple of other lads were saying, 'No sir, no sir!' "When it happened the whole grandstand let out a massive 'what's going on?' "I was looking at the flagman, expecting him to wave a false start, but he didn't."
For the next two months at Kempton's all-weather meetings, the flagman will work alongside the new starter's automated recall/false-start system that involves a siren and flashing lights approximately a furlong down the track from the stalls.
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