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Operator

One who holds the working or operating rights in a gas or oil activity and is obligated for the costs of development and production.
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Forge ahead, make the plans, use pictorial training and reference material, train the operators, and institute the procedures.
These trial products can easily be distributed by network operators and the process of converting a customer from trial to paying is completely automated.
For mobile operators, public WLANs can serve as both a carrot and a stick.
He shot up the whole damn place,'' a woman told an emergency operator minutes after the Aug.
Finally, owners and operators of USTs must maintain records demonstrating compliance with the closure requirements for at least three years following the closure or change-in-service.
With the Chemix WSO, plant operators may now enhance their productivity without becoming computer experts.
In a number of strong union towns, especially in the West, operators did organize in the first decade of the twentieth century, but they were rarely able to sustain organization against the invariably concerted managerial opposition.
Keeping machine checklist records, making PM inspections according to predetermined schedules and reporting more serious machine problems should become routine for operators.
Network operators today are faced with the pressure of driving revenue growth in a capital constrained environment.
The operators cope by carrying bottles of Advil in their purses.
The bottom row is 24 inches from the floor (to improve operator access) and has 18 bins, each bin holding 2.
In 2010, our models predict market shares (by subscribers) of the three operators - Turkcell, Vodafone, and Avea (Turk Telekom) - will be 50.