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linesman

[′līnz·mən]
(engineering)
A worker who sets up and repairs communication and power lines.
An assistant to a surveyor.
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He was much closer to it than the linesman so surely it's down to him.
Buitenboys posted on Twitter: "With great sadness we announce the death of our linesman, Richard Nieuwenhuizen.
The linesman said he was 100 per cent sure it hit his hand.
The linesman gives us the throw but the referee (Andre Marriner) saw something different.
Under 9s: One charge of spectator miscondict, two of misconduct by a linesman or club officials.
Aron Gunnarsson, left, starts to celebrate scoring for Cardiff before the goal is disallowed by the linesman
According to Auxerre, this was prompted by Chafni complaining to linesman Johann Perraux that a free-kick had not been given for a foul on Roy Contout.
I asked the linesman how he could say it wasn't a goal if the keeper was on the floor and covering the ball so he couldn't see it, so he couldn't make a decision whether it was a goal or not.
Motton, 21, is one of the newest match officials in the Elite League, having been a linesman in four League matches, two of them involving Cardiff Devils.
SEETHING Walter Smith blamed blundering linesman Billy Baxter for the loss of two precious points at Pittodrie.
The Dutchman ran 30 yards to give the linesman in question a piece of his mind.
A LOCAL soccer cup clash was abandoned after a bust-up between an elderly supporter and a linesman.