drill master


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a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and discipline

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Insurance Agency; secretary/treasurer, Alan Murphy, Southern Pacific Railroad, retired; board member at large, Guy Mattoon, Eugene Police, retired; drill master, Melissa Engeman, with Sew-on Embroidery; past captain, Larry Baurer, owner of Baurer Enterprises; and training officer, Phil Richey, U.S.
Stephane Dalle, often overtaxed in classical roles, was terrific as the Drill Master. Ramon Moreno and Patricia Perez, San Jose's glamour couple, drew cheers as the Acrobats.
Team victory in the Texas Scramble Shotgun Start format went to the team representing Coventry accountants, Grant Thornton, from runners-up D Drill Master Drillers, who had Sky Blues skipper Gary McAllister in their line- up, with Telfer joining Peter Doyle and his partners in third place.
Some of the questions are more challenging than others, but the level of difficulty does not vary automatically with the ability of the student to answer the questions posed.5 ECONOMIC INQUIRY One of the most important roles a computerized drill program can play is that of the drill master patiently, and persistently forcing the student to push to a higher level of understanding by increasing the level of questions difficulty.
He was working on the US-owned rig Drill Master, near the Norwegian city Stavanger.
Insurance Agency; secretary/treasurer, Alan Murphy, Southern Pacific Railroad retired; board member at large, Guy Mattoon, Eugene Police retired; drill master, Melissa Engeman, with Sew-on Embroidery; past captain, Larry Baurer, owner of Baurer Enterprises; and training officer, Phil Richey, U.S.
Drill Masters, which had originally been founded as a tool manufacturer, evolved into a respected supplier of deep hole drills and accessories for the automotive, aerospace, medical, firearms, off-road, heavy equipment, farming, and molding industries.