trouble shooter

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a worker whose job is to locate and fix sources of trouble (especially in mechanical devices)

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In the case of Trouble Shooter Electric, Inc., the electrical service wanted to be more accessible to locals searching online for things like "master electrician" and "commercial electric services." By working with Prospect Genius to maximize its visibility and exposure on the Internet, Trouble Shooter Electric, Inc.
Ivor Hewitt of Henkel, maker of Loctite brand adhesives, provides the answer to this month's trouble shooter.
I felt I had to take this opportunity because I was getting stereotyped as a trouble shooter. At Bristol Rovers I sold my best players and I had QPR when they were in administration."
It wants an ``on call'' system for ``short term lesson exclusion'' and a trained member of the senior management team on call as a trouble shooter.
"What we need now is a return to an old-style of nursing where a matron or a senior nurse acted as a trouble shooter and ensured her specific ward ran to its optimum."
TROUBLE shooter Susan Edwards has started a new business.
The answer to this month's trouble shooter is supplied by compressor manufacturer, Boge.
Darlington's Lingfield Point has linked up with public sector grants trouble shooter Grants First to offer free advice to potential occupiers.
The one-day event led by the town's Business Club will be staged at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on March 14 when speakers will include former ICI chairman and business trouble shooter Sir John Harvey-Jones.
Experienced trouble shooter, Ken Brumby, 56, has previously worked on major international contracts in the Middle East.