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

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In all his years as a groundskeeper for the Chicago White Sox, Roger Bossard has never faced anything quite like this.
Some of the outsourced items could be performed by in-house staff if the community's porter or groundskeeper is used," Rhodes says,
Because they were groundskeepers and not ballplayers, Morris cannot rely on the usual sources for information.
And it's unlikely to spread in any case, because golf course groundskeepers keep their grass short, so it never has a chance to scatter seed or pollen.
Same with tennis: The groundskeepers at Wimbledon have had decades to practice pulling out the rain tarps and emptying out the parking lots.
Of the 323 employees who responded to the job category question, most were veterinarians or animal keepers (112 [35%]) and administrative staff (73 [23%]); other job categories included maintenance workers (38 [12%]), custodians (29 [9%]), and groundskeepers (24 [7%]).
There is a natural-resources expert, two groundskeepers, and Fred Nilsen, an arboriculturist, who for nine years now has overseen Forest Park's day-to-day maintenance from hit desk in the back of a shed.
Such persons would include (but are not limited to) full-time (or part-time) live-in (or live-out) maids, cooks, nannies, groundskeepers, butlers, personal secretaries, and the like.
A growing number of individuals and organizations rely on gardeners and groundskeepers to do this work for them.
In particular, the lawsuit alleges that groundskeepers were repeatedly instructed by cemetery management to secretly break concrete vaults with a backhoe and remove, dump and/or discard the human remains, including human skulls, to make room for new burials, all in the interest of increased profits.
San Antonio College Invitational cross country meet, groundskeepers filled muddy patches with sand, an added obstacle that the region's top runners didn't exactly welcome with open arms.
They include computer specialists, a budget analyst, two painters, two groundskeepers and a curriculum coordinator.
Wage rates are most attractive in the Midwest for site managers, maintenance helpers, groundskeepers, anti office workers; in the South for executives, assistant managers and leasing agents; and in the West for property managers and maintenance supervisors.
In particular, the lawsuit claims that rather than go through the necessary steps to move an adjacent vault, Defendants' groundskeepers were repeatedly instructed by management at the cemetery to secretly break concrete vaults with a backhoe and remove, dump and/or discard the human remains, including human skulls, to make room for new interments.