lookout man


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Noun1.lookout man - a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated eventlookout man - a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event
security guard, watchman, watcher - a guard who keeps watch
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The ship's cow, distressed by the heat and the smell of the ape-beast in the cage, lowed unhappily from time to time in exactly the same key as the lookout man at the bows answered the hourly call from the bridge.
Photo The Canterbury Auction Galleries A Taylor & Barrett "Turntable Fire Escape" complete with driver and lookout man. Photo: Private collection
That would depend on a number of factors, such as whether you thought the robber would shoot someone or take hostages, whether you were alone, whether there was likely a "lookout man," the distance between you and the robber, the robber's position relative to the clerk, etc.
While they chatted Zoe realised his zip-up was identical to the one worn by the lookout man filmed during the crime in Kempston, Beds.
Meanwhile, Ross explains to Aaron that they are going to rob a warehouse and Aaron is the lookout man. But there's trouble when a worker quizzes him about why he's there.
It was alleged by Julia Galston, prosecuting, that Barry Bolton of Maesgwyn, Kinmel Bay, was similar in build to the lookout man at the door when a hooded man with a hammer entered the store.
Note the lookout man perched on the front of the leading wagon.
The raider was captured on CCTV footage crossing himself before acting as a lookout man as a second thief, who was also caught on camera, stole the artefact.
The thorny question is how to impose the more severe penalties on organized criminals who wipe clean a store's baby formula shelf--with a lookout man, a getaway car and a fence that has already put in an order to sell the stolen goods on the black market--and a lone mother who swiped a can in a desperate attempt to feed her baby.
A LOOKOUT man on a ferry may not have seen a yacht in time to avert a crash because of the type of glasses he was wearing, an accident report said today.
A lookout man on a ferry may not have seen a yacht in time to avert a crash because of the glasses he was wearing, an accident report said today.
Gill apparently admitted to police that he was the lookout man during the thefts.