progress chaser


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progress chaser

n
(Commerce) a person employed to make sure at each stage, esp of a manufacturing process, that a piece of work is on schedule and is delivered to the customer on time
progress chasing n
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"I'm Dennis Jones, and I'm the progress chaser. You wrote to me a couple of days ago" he said waving a letter in my direction, "you've written three pages to me just to say, 'no'.
I STARTED at Hercules Cycles around 1937, as a progress chaser. A number of well-known cycle names were all made by Hercules, but personalised, each having its own badge.
He moved from Newtown Row in 1946 to Edgemond Avenue, where he worked as a progress chaser until his retirement in 1974 due to ill health.
Mr Pearce said his neighbour had retired from Porth Textiles, where he understood he had worked as a progress chaser.
He worked for cotton thread makers Jonas Brook and Brothers at Meltham Mills before becoming a progress chaser in the buying department at nearby David Brown Tractors.
About pounds 20,000 - five grand more than his wife Betsy picked up as her hubby's "progress chaser".BIRMINGHAM City manager Steve Bruce should choose his words more carefully.
The key innovations include:A culture based on service* A European Committee on Standards in Public Life to advise on appropriate ethical standards for all EU institutions.* A Code of Good Administrative Behaviour for Commission officials to be adopted at the conclusion of current consultations in April.* Cutting Red Tape: a top-level progress chaser to streamline procedures will be appointed.
Mr Russell said: "The Information Minister would speak on behalf of the government and act as a progress chaser in other departments."
He trained as a painter and decorator in 1935 and after the war worked as a progress chaser, a plastics buyer and finally, after normal retirement age, in the probation office at the Birmingham Law Courts.
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