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maintainer

(software)
The person responsible for coordinating changes to a package of software and arranging the distribution of updates. The term usually applies only to free software where the maintainer (often the author) is doing it as a free public service.

motor grader

A dirt-moving machine for leveling and planing the surface to fine tolerances by means of a blade (or moldboard) than can be set and held at precise slope and elevation. Controls at the operator’s station raise and lower, turn, and tilt the moldboard.
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Identification of potential maintainers and restorers using cytoplasmic male sterile lines in rice.
While Howard and about 10 other flightline props troops battle the elements and fast pace schedules, the back shop digs into depths of the engines seen by no other maintainers.
When the blade was settled to the deck, the look of surprise was replaced with relief when the maintainers realized that no one had been injured.
Oddly enough, the maintainers like the iPads so much they take better care of them, because they see them as such a valuable tool," he said.
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In an ideal world, there would be enough qualified 5- and 7-level maintainers to ensure safe reliable maintenance actions are performed and enough consistently available to provide training to the new 3-levels.
The Fort Gordon 25U Maintainer Course, 101st Air Assault Division, Tobyhanna Army Depot, the 25th Infantry Division in Alaska, and 45th IBCT ARNG are currently using the interim PRM-34 Portable Test Sets.
9 months), the failure rate of the band and loop space maintainers in general was high (57.
Anything less than that is doing a disservice to our operators and maintainers to be able to perform our mission reliably in the future.
The CSC specialist's job goes beyond answering questions from maintainers in the field.
In his capacity as airframes leading petty officer, he directly supervised and managed the maintenance efforts of more than 200 maintainers and contractors.
Between breakdowns, maintenance systems triggered work orders that kept maintainers busy, but Catalyst's machines remained unreliable.