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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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George Willard and the telegraph operator came into the main street of Winesburg.
Most automobile operators also understand that finding problems early equals major savings.
Infowave Software (TSE: IW), a provider of wireless software for mobile professionals, corporations and network operators announced recently that it will collaborate with Microsoft Corporation to develop and market solutions for mobile network operators based on the Windows Powered Microsoft mobile device platforms.
The first, and perhaps most important, point is that mobile operators who do not embrace public wireless LANs are in danger of extinction when wireless WANs (high-speed wireless or 3G) become prevalent.
The tapes show how emergency operators are trained to calm people and collect information while directing officers to the scene of crimes.
We recommend that owners and operators of USTs understand the federal requirements and hire consultants to ensure compliance.
We realize that operations can not be delayed for weeks, or even days, while plant operators learn a new computer application.
Stephen Norwood's excellent study both tells the story of the rise and fall of the Telephone Operators' Department (a unit of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) and analyzes the factors which allowed telephone operators, especially in New England, not only to organize a successful union, but to maintain the autonomy of that union from male domination.
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.
Infowave Software (TSX: IW), a provider of wireless software for mobile professionals, corporations and network operators announced recently the launch of the Infowave Mobile Application Gateway.
When AT&T broke up in 1984 - the date that Trela regards as the end of the world she knew - there were 40,000 operators, according to Robin Sayre, a spokeswoman for AT&T in New England, who said that half went to regional companies.