Operator


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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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For example, ask an operator to inspect the AC motors in his area according to pre-set frequency and order as Fig.
Tony Seeto, Director of Business Development at CSL, a leading mobile operator in Hong Kong.
Although private, non-telecom companies own the majority of public hotspots today, In-Stat says, that majority will shift to mobile operators by 2006.
I can't understand you when you're yelling,'' said one operator, trying to assure the caller that officers and paramedics were on their way to the scene.
If an owner or operator has shut down its UST, either temporarily or permanently, or desires to shut it down before the end of the year, such closure must comply with the requirements set forth in the federal regulations.
With only a few applicable functions for the operator to learn, there is no need for the distraction of a full-sized keyboard.
In the closing decades of the nineteenth century, like many other low white collar occupations, telephone operators were feminized.
PM performed by operators is virtually free because the operator is already at the machine.
Available in either an Infowave-hosted model or network operator deployment model, the Infowave solution can be installed quickly to support a network operator's marketing initiatives.
It is the last of what were once 15 AT&T operator centers in New England.
As the operator starts processing the recipe, the carousel presents the correct draw side bin to the operator, turns on a light on the control panel to indicate the appropriate bin door and unlocks the door.