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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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Computer Operator along with UPS, Printer & individual Computer, UPS & Printer and its operation at the office of EUSD-III, Under EUDD-II, Bareilly
The hospital has already suspended the female computer operator and an enquiry has been order to investigate and probe the case.
Dubai: A computer operator will spend three months in jail for entering a women's washroom and peeping over the toilet cubicle at a secretary when she was using the bathroom.
"For Uday Kumar we provided a computer operator job and for Murgan as he is having experience in massage centre as therapist we have appointed him as assistant therapist.
Mr Bett, 92, spent 22 years in the army and was stationed in Anglesey and Seaburn before taking a position at ICI Billingham as a computer operator.
Firewalls have gone from a luxury to a necessity in the computer world, and today a thorough understanding of their function and setup is required reading for any serious networker, programmer, or computer operator. Firewall Fundamentals: An Introduction To Network And Computer Firewall Security addresses all issues, providing a through introduction to firewalls, how they protect, up to more advanced TCP/IP protocols and firewall configuration for Linux and other systems.
In the '90s, Pitts was working as a computer operator when, fearing corporate downsizing, he decided to clean carpets to generate extra income.
A catapult launches the 40-pound aircraft, and a computer operator just clicks the cursor over the area of interest.
It is alleged Suzanne Forrest, a police civilian worker at Steelhouse Lane police station in Birmingham, abused her position of trust when she got information about Pc Christopher Jones's then current girlfriend after asking a computer operator to access the police national computer.
Tsang is a computer operator for HBO, a division of Time Warner, and has received that company's Andrew Heiskell Award for public service, which provided grants of $3,000 to the nursing home and $2,000 to Tsang.
So she took her love of technology to the Red Cross--where she's been volunteering as a disaster computer operator.
When you take the customer's order, you don't use your own labor to do it; the customer is your computer operator. The typical person on the Internet will actually sit there for 20 minutes picking and choosing the configuration for their product instead of having one of your own employees do it, You can even put logic in the software to prevent them from asking for incompatible combinations.

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