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mangler

[DEC] A manager. Compare mango; see also management. Note that system mangler is somewhat different in connotation.
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It includes other stuff as well and is called Mel The Mangler Round One.
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That's because of the very clever way the book has been designed to appeal to youngsters (and hopefully my medieval mangler of a missus).
Wolf Schneider, an eminent German journalist, has called the magazine "the biggest mangler of the German language".
We thank Malgorzata Lanowska, Mandy Mangler, and Christina Frank for their selfless assistance in recruiting the hunters.
Our Mutual Friend is, in fact, to some degree a novel about workers and work: Lizzie Hexam in a paper-mill factory; Riah in money-lending; Venus as taxidermist and dealer in oddities; Wegg a street seller of ballads, fruit, and gingerbread and runner of errands (before he is made the overseer of Boffin's Bower); Miss Abbey Potterson operating a drinking establishment and Pleasant Riderhood a pawn shop; Sloppy as a mangler and later a foreman for Boffin; Rogue Riderhood operating Plashwater Weir Mill Lock (after other plots for parasitical existence fail); Bradley Headstone, Charley Hexam, and Miss Peecham as educators; even the octogenarian Betty Higden as a "minder" of infants and the disabled Jenny Wren earning a living by fashioning doll clothes.
In the fond farewell section, no-comply champ Mike Rusczyk ended his short pro tenure at Foundation, while Boston Mangler Charlie Wilkins turned in his badge over at 5Boro (though he'll stay on doing phone sales).
The world's most powerful mangler of English almost literally lapsed into a comma in remarks he offered recently on the situation in Iraq.
MAP Director Alfredo Quarto participated in the Mangler 2003 Conference held from May 23-28 in El Salvador, an event co-sponsored by the Instituto Internacional de Ecologia, UNESCO and other organizations.
Both these emerged from increasing scholarly interest in the relationship between Apuleius' Metamorphoses and its Greek model, rightly identified by Helm himself with the lost Greek Metamorphoses of Lucius of Patras, which suggested that Apuleius should be viewed as an inferior Latin imitator and even mangler of a Greek work.
Patrons will have to escape a house filled with flying, swinging and crawling creatures as they hunt for flesh in GARGOYLE, and avoid capture by the medical deviant the Mangler as he searches for new test subjects in DEAD SALVAGE.
Prior titles include: THE MANGLER OF MALIBU CANYON (2006); THE BUTCHER OF BEVERLY HILLS (2005); and THE VAMPIRE OF VENICE BEACH (2007).