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lock·mas·ter

 (lŏk′măs′tər)
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Noun1.lockmaster - a worker in charge of a lock (on a canal)
skilled worker, skilled workman, trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills
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"The outflows are more than the inflows right now, and the gates are set as to not cause any unnecessary flooding," McHenry Dam Lockmaster John Palmieri explained.
After others helped fish the two anglers from the lake and the lockmaster allowed Monroe to enter but held Poche back, Poche returned to the take-off ramp and called authorities who arrested Monroe after he weighed his catch that afternoon.
Paddock operates from a modern 90,000 sq ft production centre in the region and has two core brands, Lockmaster and Millenco.
(83) These after-the-fact analyses are consistent with the contemporaneous observations of the lockmaster on the Industrial Canal, who reported to the Corps of Engineers that the surge reached that canal before dawn and overflowed on both sides.
The group supplies products for the UPVC, timber and composite door markets, with its main locking products trading under the "Lockmaster" and "Mantis" brands.
Through its lockmaster brand, it has recently set up an e-commerce site - www.lockmaster.co.uk - and has received orders from as far afield as Australia, the USA and the Bahamas for its products.
After an orientation to our fully equipped Lockmaster 41-foot canal packet boat, we found the boat to be clean and ready for our trip.
A state of the art video camera was mounted at the top of the lockmaster's building in January 2001.
In the debut issue under Waterways Journal Inc, the magazine included a profile of Pickwick Landing on the Tennessee River, a conversation with a lockmaster, Mississippi River tales and features on houseboat travel and the care of diesel engines.