pyrotechnician


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pyrotechnician

(ˌpaɪrəʊtɛkˈnɪʃən)
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(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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A pyrotechnician or 'magpapailaw' (light bringer) was the term offered by Celso Cruz, president emeritus of the Philippine Pyrotechnic Manufacturers and Dealers Association Inc.
Even then, there are certain types of firework that can only be bought by a trained pyrotechnician.
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.
Meanwhile, Emeralds general manager Allan Benavides was asking a pyrotechnician how quickly he could blow through tens of thousands of dollars worth of 1.
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.
The creative mastermind, John Fisher, is the Head Pyrotechnician.
The fireworks display will be conducted by full-time Albany city buyer and part-time pyrotechnician Dale Henry and his staff of six city employees, all of whom are trained in pyrotechnics.
Your budgets may not allow for hiring a pyrotechnician to shoot 20 or 40 performances any more than they allow for engineers or a multitude of other specialists who might be useful.
A pyrotechnician was setting up a show for the National Fireworks Championships in Plymouth, and having left his iPhone 3GS within the "blast zone", it was nowhere to be found when he returned post-show, having been fired 3,000 feet into the air before exploding in a stunning display.
He's the chief pyrotechnician for the Second Armored In Europe unit, which this weekend is taking part in a spectacular show called Festival of History.
The 39-year-old from Great Barr is the chief pyrotechnician for the Second Armored In Europe unit, which next weekend takes part in the explosive Festival of History, re-enacting an epic Second World War battle.
7, 1883, by Jinta Hirayama (1840-1900), who was a pyrotechnician from Yokohama and the first Japanese to receive an American patent for his invention called ''Daylight Fireworks,'' the official said.