lagger


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Finally there was me, the lackey film herd, and basically the only responsible dude in the Lagger household, which isn't saying that much.
Our current investigation examines communications by category and among category leaders and laggers defined by sales performance.
Graham started working at the power station as a lagger in 1964.
David Lagger, Vice President of Pemco World Air Services, a subsidiary of Precision Standard, Inc.
Father-of-three Stephen Riella, who worked as a power station pipe lagger, disappeared on September 17.
Arabtec's stock "has been a lagger in comparison to the market and it's trading at attractive valuation," Marwan Shurrab, vice-president at Dubai-based Gulfmena Investments Ltd told Bloomberg.
For the last eight years the countries have been the top three profit generators in Asia,"' said the fund managers Vincent Lagger and Jian Shi Cortesi.
Terry Snr, a retired lagger from Old Swan, said: "I always thought my dad was in New York but apparently he had gone to New Zealand and married another lady in a bigamous marriage.
After staying the Sunday night at his girlfriend's house, Mr Jones left for work as an apprentice lagger on Monday, July 18.
It's not like it's a lagger or anything, just "Ah, okay .
Leighton Davies, QC, for the pros-ecution, told Cardiff Crown Court that retired pipe lagger Mr Reeves had the operation on January 24, 2000, after suffering a stone in his right kidney but Roberts, the head of the urology department, and Goel, who performed the operation, did not check patient notes properly to ensure that the correct kidney was removed.
Kenny Mather used to work at the Glaxo processing plant in Montrose with a skinny, wiry pipe lagger who, thanks to his slight build, could squeeze into tight spaces and carry out the jobs his colleagues found impossible.
Prosecutor Leighton Davies QC told how retired pipe lagger Mr Reeves underwent the operation on January 24, 2000, after suffering a stone in his right kidney.
Lagger indicated that the work will involve maintenance and modifications designed to standardize the Boeing DC-9 aircraft to the specifications of Spirit Airlines, who will be leasing the aircraft.
Heslop has just started work as a lagger last week, the court was told.