pyrotechnician


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pyrotechnician

(ˌpaɪrəʊtɛkˈnɪʃən)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) an expert in the use of fireworks

pyrotechnician

a person skilled in the use and handling of fireworks. Also pyrotechnist.
See also: Fireworks
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Dan, who also works as a pyrotechnician at weddings and events, said: "I work in the fireworks industry so I'm used to loud bangs and smoke, but not from manhole covers in the street."
The singer's a trained pyrotechnician. I'm talking a phallic foam cannon on wheels.
She enrolled at auto-body school to learn how to spray-paint, and at boat-building school to learn how to use fibreglass, and apprenticed as a pyrotechnician in order to use fireworks, until she was sexually harassed by her boss and gave up in despair.
He was an accomplished amateur pyrotechnician. He had an exceptional appetite and enthusiasm for fine food and was often the life of a party.
The explosive device was detonated on the scene by a pyrotechnician, as the grenade was found without a fuse and its further transport could have been dangerous, the TASR newswire informed.
A pyrotechnician or 'magpapailaw' (light bringer) was the term offered by Celso Cruz, president emeritus of the Philippine Pyrotechnic Manufacturers and Dealers Association Inc., to refer to a maker of firecrackers and other pyrotechnic products.
Even then, there are certain types of firework that can only be bought by a trained pyrotechnician. What kinds of fireworks are there?
The creative mastermind, John Fisher, is the Head Pyrotechnician.
Grubbs' career has ranged from being a copy editor and sports information director to serving as a radio broadcaster, public address announcer, licensed pyrotechnician and event producer.
As a Registered International Pyrotechnician, he orchestrated fireworks displays after the final concert at each week of horn camp.
Meanwhile, Emeralds general manager Allan Benavides was asking a pyrotechnician how quickly he could blow through tens of thousands of dollars worth of 1.3 G explosives.
This is known to be the work of the pyrotechnician and painter Domingo and Aguilar Mariano Babiloni, who also suggested that the structure should move.