groundskeeper


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someone who maintains the grounds (of an estate or park or athletic field)

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Dan, 56, said: "I actually got Groundskeeper Willie's accent from watching Michael Palin do his Scottish bit in the Monty Python sci– sketch.
It's rare that we get snow as bad as we've had this winter,'' said Nicole McFadyen, head groundskeeper at Camden Yards in Baltimore.
We had one supervisor, one technician and one part-time groundskeeper," he recalls.
John felt himself shoved further and further toward the back, where he was standing when the groundskeeper eased his way through the crowd toward Davey.
According to the restraining order that was granted at the Los Angeles Superior Court, Bates has to stay 100 yards away from the 58-year-old actor, his family and the groundskeeper.
The groundskeeper Domingo said that the house "wanted" those colors.
George Toma, the official groundskeeper for every Super Bowl, has been named spokesperson for TurfAide advanced antimicrobial protection for synthetic turf systems.
The second edition features the addition of 15 new job profiles, including those of cook, groundskeeper, rehabilitation counselor, and library technician.
At least when senior groundskeeper and horticulturist--and now published author--Bill Meyer is around.
Kenilworth Media publishes eight other magazines in both the consumer and trade areas, including 'Jewelry Business,' 'Pets Magazine,' 'Pet Biz,' 'Modern Materials,' 'The Construction Specifier,' 'Government Purchasing Guide,' 'Government Security Guide' and 'Canadian Groundskeeper.
By this point, I had spent long hours in fruitless pursuit of him, my humiliation capped by the realization that my life now mirrored that of a character in a favorite movie I'd watched dozens of times as a smartass teenager: I had become Carl Spackler, the muttering groundskeeper of Caddyshack, played by Bill Murray, who ultimately turns to plastic explosives in an apocalyptic struggle to save his fairways
FOUNDATION Modern Apprentice John Ledgwidge is living out a childhood dream each and every day as a groundskeeper at Coventry City Football Club.
But "Rudy" worked for us--the great choral group (probably the famous Notre Dame Glee Club), doing those great Fighting Irish fight songs, the sweep of the stadium and campus, the ferocious physicality of the football, and several touching relationships, particularly an understated rapport between Rudy and a hard-bitten groundskeeper.
His investigation causes him to revisit a priestly mentor from his childhood, a simple-minded groundskeeper, and the writings of a twentieth-century Jewish poet.
This means that not only will tire eager young golfers get a chance to display their athletic abilities on a national stage, but they will be able to learn the business side of the sport as well, "I once asked one of the kids if he would rather be a groundskeeper on the golf course or the owner," said Roker.