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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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Another common objection from maintenance people, management personnel, and operators is that operators do not know how to do this.
We are focused on creating solutions that deliver on the most important business objectives wireless operators have today--delivering solutions that subscribers want, creating a differentiable user experience and driving data revenues.
Strand feels that government regulators were concerned that mobile operators did not have the necessary capital to upgrade their networks to 2.
The tapes show how emergency operators are trained to calm people and collect information while directing officers to the scene of crimes.
In the case of a violation of any requirement relating to the maintenance and operation of an UST, the Environmental Protection Agency will issue an order to the owner or operator of the UST.
If a material is not measured to within the formulated parameters, a warning appears, flashing on-screen, to notify the operator of the error.
Many of the organizers and the rank-and-file operators were Irish.
It is different from American-style PM where operators are concerned with machinery production and maintenance departments are responsible for machinery repairs, with little or no interchangeability between the two.
In June 2002, Infowave announced a licensing agreement for Symmetry Pro with one of Asia's leading network operators, Hong Kong CSL.
2) After more than a century the human operator is becoming obsolete.
Manual mode will require the operator to index the carousel with the manual controls.
Mobile Operator Forecast on Colombia provides over 50 operational and financial metrics for Colombia's wireless market and is one of the best forecasts in the industry.