groundman


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groundman

(ˈɡraʊndmən)
n, pl -men
(Environmental Science) a groundsman
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Moss started working as a groundman and has been with the company for 18 years.
Then me and Pally hid in the back of the groundman's van and waited until Trev came out to collect his car.
Also up for auction is the Cemetery Lodge on Blacker Road, Birkby, which is a stone-built former groundman's house which is listed for sale for PS95,000 to PS105,000.
Others included chief groundman NSK Ahsan Arian, Abdul Shakoor, Akhtar Ali, Shahjahan, Faiz Baloch, Zahid Hussain, Nasir, Baz Khan, Bashir Khan, Lal Mir, Salamat, Ashiq Ali.
According to MSHA, on May 9, 2014, a 20-year-old groundman with 9 weeks of experience was killed at a sand and gravel mill.
But despite the ever-wholehearted graft of head groundman Gary Barwell and has team, the elements won the day.
During his two and half hour visit, Zaheer Abbas inspected various stands of the NSK with Senior Manager Arshad Khan and chief Groundman Ahsan Arian.
Certainly all at Edgbaston - and groundman Steve Rouse in particular - will be hoping they do not finish second by a margin of less than the eight points they were docked by the ECB for providing a poor pitch against Worcestershire.
He had worked as a groundman and was a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 659.
It's thanks mainly to head groundman Alex Fergusson and I thoroughly enjoyed his retirement night at the course on Monday night.