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When you take the customer's order, you don't use your own labor to do it; the customer is your computer operator.
Computer operator Simon Wadmore, 42, burned his manhood on an exhaust pipe after grooves in the road forced him into the path of on-coming traffic.
More than 40,000 cheques bounced because a dozy computer operator dated them 1995, and another 9,000 were sent out by error to residents of old folk's homes, who do not qualify.
As logs come off the incoming trucks--which are loaded with 100 to 120 logs each, compared with a dozen or fewer on trucks operating on the Olympic Peninsula--a computer operator sends them along a 600-foot-long, 46-bay sorter, which Ledbeter says is crucial to operating a small-log system.
The information at the top of the form informs the computer operator about the stage of completion of the return, and how to further the computer processing.
As the computer operator alters the contours of any part surface requiring modification, DUCT dynamically alters the model's surface.
When asked to define their at-home work, stay-at-home dads report Day Care Center Teacher and Computer Operator in the top spots.
Tenders are invited for Providing Services Of Computer Operator And Messenger Cum Dak Runner For The Office Of The Director Ii,Cso, New Delhi.
MARDAN -- District Education Officer (female) Mardan has issued show case notice to computer operator of her office for allegedly editing in the data of National Testing Service (NTS) to increase low marks of non-qualified candidates with the purpose making them qualified for appointment in the female education department.
The petitioner Farhat Jabeen took plea in the petition filed on October, 26, 2013 that director Lok Versa demoted her from the post of computer operator in BPS-14 through forged documents and appointed her security guard in BPS-2 on regular basis.
In 1998 calls were made for motorcyclists to be banned from this stretch of road after three motorcyclists died within 18 months, including computer operator Gary Sinclair, 30, who lost control of his motorcycle during a lesson.
He was a computer operator in the Operation Fincham incident room, from where the investigation into the deaths of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman was run.

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