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a worker who puts things (as books) on shelves

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According to Clayton Shelver, vice president of Secure Asset Reporting Services Inc.
Mileski was immune from liability in his "individual" capacity, and whether nurse-manager Martha Shelver was immune from liability in her "individual" capacity.
In my day a librarian was a librarian and an attendant shelver was just that.
One automated feature we especially appreciate: When we do our annual book inventory, the barcode wand will alert the shelver if books are out of order.
My past work, including paraprofessional and teen shelver positions, allows me to relate to the experiences of many of my students.
After freelancing for Bradley Shelver Contemporary Dance Theater, Bennyroyce Dance Productions, and other troupes, she was looking for a full-time position when a friend suggested she audition for Petronio.
Researchers have found that due to its intensive use, triclosan or its metabolites are present in waterways, fish, human milk, serum, urine, and foods, notes Shelver.
Ionescu G, Mabeta P, Dippenaar N, Muir T, Fourie P, Shelver G.
He is working as a licensed acupuncturist and also as a library shelver for Addison (Ill.
This is what career development is, and this is true across the whole organisation from the library manager to the shelver.
Bradley Shelver also got his tattoos with dance specifically in mind.
So say Weilin Shelver, a chemist, and David Smith, an animal physiologist, in the Animal Metabolism-Agricultural Chemicals Research Unit of ARS's Red River Valley Agricultural Research Center in Fargo.