relocator

relocator

(ˌriːləʊˈkeɪtə)
n
(Computer Science) computing a program designed to transfer files from one computer to another
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Melissa started out as a marketing manager, before turning her hand to becoming a professional relocator for a website based in Kensington.
Duffy says there is less brand affinity among customers in the idyllic lifestyle relocator segment, and they actively seek information to aid their buying decisions.
Black Country Coroner Robin Balmain recorded an open verdict on the self-employed office relocator at an inquest in West Bromwich.
There are excellent road and motorway links so it appeals to local, commuter and relocator markets.
A 60-inch Multi-Level high dump hopper features the Rotary Trash Relocator (RTR), ensuring maximum hopper storage.
That's where data migration tools come in, providing myriad ways to transfer data from one PC to another, ranging from the consumer level to the corporate enterprise, tools such as Eisenworld's Alohabob PC Relocator (www.
Aloha Bob PC Relocator from Eisenworld, at http://www.
Aloha Bob PC Relocator from Eisenworld costs about $40, comes with a parallel cable, and transfers entire programs.
Moving job and house can both be stressful life events but when they co-occur (as in the case of job relocation) it can be anticipated that high levels of stress may be experienced by the relocator and his or her family (for reviews see Brett, Stroh & Reilly, 1992; Lu & Cooper, 1990; Munton, Forster, Altman & Greenbury, 1993).
090, a claim relocator is required to do one of three works, viz.