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gaffer

Film, TV, etc the senior electrician on a television or film set
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We've already secured Lawson and the gaffer has shown he can bleed guys into the team.
He said: "The gaffer here is a big character and people have told me my next manager is the same.
The gaffer has taken a lot from working under Walter and I can see why people are making comparisons between them.
I am sure the gaffer knows the new faces he wants to bring in and, obviously, avoiding the play-offs and going up automatically helps as it gives us four or five weeks longer to find new faces.
That's why they held talks with their gaffer before last week's win at Hamilton.
Foley continued: "The good thing about the gaffer is he's very honest.
SCOTT Brown has risked the wrath of Neil Lennon - by tipping Charlie Mulgrew to beat the Celtic gaffer in a wacky charity challenge.
1 keeper Rab Douglas is edging ever closer to a comeback but Bullock is praying gaffer Scott sticks by him after singing his praises following his heroics.
The gaffer probably has his ideas on who he wants to get in to strengthen, but I am sure the nucleus of the squad will be staying the same because the gaffer likes the way we play.
STIRLING 0 CLYDE 1 KEVIN WATT revealed some words of wisdom from gaffer Jim Duffy helped him open his account on his first start for Clyde.
The Turf Moor gaffer smashed his club's transfer record to sign the 22-year-old Scotland striker from Hibs last month.
When the gaffer suggested going on the list I turned it down in no uncertain terms to tell you the truth.