spotter


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  • noun

Synonyms for spotter

a worker employed at a dry-cleaning establishment to remove spots

Related Words

a worker employed to apply spots (as markers or identifiers)

Related Words

a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event

someone who is the first to observe something

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Sabre's photo campaign proves Hotel Spotter integration with Oveedia is a wise choice; and once again, we're on the right track
Stevens said: "The personal data of the spotters is kept private and the app does not assign tasks to them as well.
Using Code Spotter, developers can upload as much Java source code as they would like to the service.
Yeah, it's not the spotter, it's the whole committee,'' the spotter says.
According to the report, Spotter charges a minimum of 1,000 pounds per month for its services.
The spotter then ran to try to get the swimmer out of the water, but the attack took place before he could reach him.
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Spotter Armstrong-The rare bird, which boasts even rarer facial colouration, has drawn attention to wetland normally noticeable only for the occasional discarded traffic cone and litter near Morrisons.
The compact spotter comes with either a straight or 45--degree angled eyepiece, and at a price you can afford.
VIZ creator Chris Donald, one of the North's best-known train enthusiasts, yesterday spoke up for his former spotter comrades.
Be sure the program has a trained coach and spotter.
And while communication between the lifter and spotter is a polestar variable in all manual resistance movements, it takes on even more significance when it's applied to the neck region.
Founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society, Pretor-Pinney provides the tools that every fledgling cloud spotter needs to identify the 10 main cloud varieties.
The refund will count towards the purchase of a new legal satellite navigator and camera spotter.
The forklift driver had a spotter, but the spotter was on the wrong side.