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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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On the next evening the operator and George Willard walked out together.
When the operator re- mained silent and seemed to have changed his mind about talking, he tried to make conversation.
The telegraph operator of Winesburg, sitting in the darkness on the railroad ties, had become a poet.
Wash Williams began telling the story of his mar- ried life with the tall blonde girl with the blue eyes whom he had met when he was a young operator at Dayton, Ohio.
The operator finished his tale quickly, breathlessly.
George Willard and the telegraph operator came into the main street of Winesburg.
Over the next few years, telecom operators will devote enormous investment to the deployment of 5G networks.
KARACHI -- The GSM Association (GSMA), which represents more than 750 operators and almost 400 companies including handset and device makers and software companies worldwide, raised serious concerns over the 'unreasonable fees' set by the government and Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) on operators renewing mobile spectrum licences in Pakistan, which it believes pose a significant risk to the mobile connectivity of millions of citizens, according to a statement issued by the association on Wednesday.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday stayed allotment of additional Hajj quota to new tour operators.
Nowadays every work carries out with the help of computer in almost all public and private offices inspite of that computer operators have been deprived from their core rights since its appointment in this regard a large number of computer operators set off rally up to Press Club Shikarpur from Mirani Park to record their peaceful protest for upgradation, here on Sunday.
SHIKARPUR -- A large number of computer operators took out a rally from Press Club Shikarpur to Mirani Park to record their peaceful protest for upgradation here on Sunday.
The Illinois Potable Water Supply Operators Association (IPWSOA) recognized nine outstanding professionals in their individual categories of service.