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Synonyms for deskman

the police sergeant on duty in a police station

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I don't know how I passed the aptitude and skill tests for deskman, but I did, and now the moment of truth stares me in the face-my first newspaper story to edit.
Finally, the deskman checks the story for clarity, consistency and coherence, by ensuring that it is focused and pitched properly, that all questions readers are likely to ask are answered, and that the story flows easily and interestingly.
His eighth album is a pared down affair, full of winning melodies in the simplest of settings, produced by Elvis Costello deskman Mitchell Froom.
Fry remembers one overnight deskman driving to a 24-hour grocery to determine the correct spelling of "FrootLoops.
One deskman told me that when he came aboard some years back, he was asked what he wanted to do on The Post.
Former Inquirer deskman Carlos Hidalgo also recalled on Facebook his years with the newspaper which Magsanoc edited.
Earlier, he was executive editor of the Fresno Bee, managing editor of the Sacramento Bee, editor of Pennsylvania's York Dispatch and Sunday News, managing editor of the Dallas Times Herald, deputy managing editor of the San Francisco Examiner and a reporter and deskman at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash.
I agree with Dee, formerly a reporter at the media where I was a deskman in the 1970s.
Brier has worked as a photographer, reporter and deskman at a variety of newspapers throughout the South.
I used to attend their meetings, but could only remember five of the pioneers: the late Raffy Japa, Zaldy Perez, Rickie Santos, who is now operations head of the PBA, Libre managing editor Chito de la Vega, and Manila Bulletin deskman Rocky Nazareno, who authored the association's constitution and bylaws.
When the Mr & Ms Special Edition became the Inquirer Weekly, Gourlay became one of its first reporters, later moving to what is now the Philippine Daily Inquirer as a deskman.
Reminiscing that day with Marquez and Recto Mercene, who was then working for the Times Journal but is now connected with Business Mirror, I figured I was designated deskman perhaps because I was skeptical Aquino would really come home.