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Synonyms for handler

one who trains or exhibits animals

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an agent who handles something or someone

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The Drive Once through the fetch gates, the sheep are driven towards - and around - the handler.
In the port of Novorossiysk, the main task of the Liebherr material handlers is to unload bulk goods from trains onto material heaps.
They are likely to be found in port applications but not at a quarry, and Tilcon's New York Division did not have a handler in its fleet.
The insider told The Wrap that Handler has also been approached by Jeff Zucker for CNN or HLN and by FX.
It may be hard to imagine the famously outspoken Handler holding her tongue about anything.
It is recommended that one dog guide staff member be assigned to follow a handler in processing an attack.
Oberbauer, the study's senior author and chair of the Department of Animal Science at UC Davis explained, "Dogs are exceptionally keen at interpreting subtle cues, so handlers need to be cognizant of that to optimize the overall team performance.
To evaluate the effects of handler beliefs and expectations on detection-dog performance, the researchers recruited 18 handler-detection dog teams from law-enforcement agencies.
Most organic handlers are small firms Handler gross sales in 2004 Over $100 million, 3% Over $25-$100 million, 8% Over $15-$25 million, 6% Over $5-15 million, 13% Over $1-$5 million, 22% $500,000-$1 million, 11% Under $500,000, 37% Source: USDA, Economic Research Service.
To be a dog handler you should: like dogs and have an affinity with them; have some experience with dogs, either as a handler or having owned a pet;
When the handler and monkey go through the metal detector and the metal detector goes off, both the handler and the monkey must undergo additional screening.
One large handler of copper scrap says that manic buying by China has abated a bit, which is helping domestic processors to obtain more material.
The spools are mechanically retained on the handler until released by the operator after loading on the spindle of the tension let-off, according to the literature.
Scott Handler described a typical deployment for the Minutemen.