counterman


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Synonyms for counterman

someone who attends a counter (as in a diner)

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The company recently added men's products under the Counterman banner and rolled out a new ad with actress Amy Schumer.
The tragedy is real and raw: An alleged would-be robber shot dead by a counterman working alone, an employee who must be traumatized by the killing.
Thus the Atomic Research Workers' Union accepted AECL employees classified as "bricklayer, painter, stores counterman, labourer, seamstress, laundry operator, process operator and process trainee, maid and animal attendant, excluding foremen, employees of higher rank, salaried personnel, office staff, scientist staff, guards, fire-fighters and hospital nurses." (92) The Ottawa Atomic Energy Workers--associated with the AECL Commercial Products Division, which focused on radioisotopes--included "carpenter, painter, tool and die maker, electronics technician, lead burner, machinist, trades helper, welder, shop boy, labourer, stores counterman, inspector, sheet metal worker, truck driver"--indeed, all those employees who were not numerous enough to be fitted readily into an existing union.
The counterman still had no clue who she was, ran her credit card with her name on it and shrugged.
EST artistic director Curt Dempster gets a cameo role as a diner counterman.
"Mortgage Cadence leads the market in providing compliance and regulatory solutions through an integrated ELS platform that enables our clients to quickly and confidently respond to the myriad of changes taking place in the market," said Tim Counterman, the company's director of product management and compliance.
Finally, the counterman disappeared behind the curtain again and came back a few minutes later with a headless, plucked chicken.
A multidisciplinary group including pharmacists, intensivists, and nurses met over several months to develop a system to ensure a daily sedation reprieve for mechanically ventilated patients (Simmons-Trau, Cenek, Counterman, Hockenbury, & Litwiller, 2004).
Howard, the counterman, took the call in the little kitchen where he worked.
You know the type: comes on with bartenders and cab drivers, talking about right hooks and the Dodgers, calls the counterman in Nedick's by his first name.
It pictures a restaurant counterman and his customers gathering to listen to a radio report.
What it might like to be involved with a UPS driver, a counterman at the deli where he often got a morning bagel, what it might be like to have a lover who spoke a foreign language.
Oral care should be carried out every two hours with teeth brushing every 12 hours (Simmons-Trau, Cenek, Counterman, Hockenbury, & Litwiller, 2004).
The counterman handed anesthesiologists pre-mixed, presorted medications in a case-specific zip-loc bag from the stock shelves behind the counter.