O(M&T)

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O(M&T)Operator (Maintenance & Team)
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In his youth Wash Williams had been called the best telegraph operator in the state, and in spite of his degradement to the obscure office at Winesburg, he was still proud of his ability.
Elnathan took a pair of glittering forceps, and was in the act of applying them to the wound, when a sudden motion of the patient caused the shot to fall out of itself, The long arm and broad hand of the operator were now of singular service; for the latter expanded itself, and caught the lead, while at the same time an extremely ambiguous motion was made by its brother, so as to leave it doubtful to the spectators how great was its agency in releasing the shot, Richard, however, put the matter at rest by exclaiming:
Very good," I replied; and, as I dismissed him, I rang for my wireless operator.
The wives of the missionaries tried to persuade them not to be tattooed; but a famous operator having arrived from the south, they said, "We really must just have a few lines on our lips; else when we grow old, our lips will shrivel, and we shall be so very ugly.
The knife was of so queer a shape that no one but an operator could have calculated the angle that would reach his heart.
She then stretched out her beautiful arm, and the operator began to prepare for his work.
submitted his head to the operator, and the operator went on talking; at the same time putting separate locks of his hair through a curious process of being smartly rolled over her two revolving forefingers, which were then suddenly pulled out of it in opposite lateral directions.
See here,' said the operator after he'd gone out, 'I guess we should charge double rates for this.
If there was any danger of friction or collision from the ill-regulated zeal of so many young operators, her gentle "Come
These were, I shortly found, connected almost solely with the dusty nature of the job, and the consequent thirst engendered in the operators.
People will be interested because it shows the operators are coming in our direction.
If we get rid of them, we shall fall into the hands of unskillful operators, and thus suffer a double death: for you may be assured, that though all the Butchers should perish, yet will men never want beef.