master mechanic

master mechanic

[′mas·tər mə′kan·ik]
(engineering)
The supervisor, as at the mine, in charge of the maintenance and installation of equipment.
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I raced on the heels of the Master Mechanic, carrying one of his babies for him, for the locomotives that was just pulling out.
Owner, Richard Rawlings, and master mechanic Aaron Kaufman, find abandoned classic cars dating back to the 1920s and bring them back to life and back on the road.
WPI was given the association's Master Mechanic Award for fostering excellence.
PK) has said that two technical operations leaders at World Airways have received the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Maier has been closely connected to the automobile ever since his youth, first completing his training as a car mechanic and then, after obtaining his full qualification as a master mechanic, studying business management in the town of Calw near Stuttgart.
He was a certified Mercury Marine Master Mechanic and had a keen interest in antique outboard motors and boat racing.
The UMass Medical School and Preservation Worcester each received Master Mechanic awards from the association.
Featuring: News conference with Auto Club's Certified Master Mechanic Rob Wade at Mission Trails Regional Park Visitors Center.
He worked many years as a Master Mechanic at Natick Paper Board retiring in 1984.
Team Leader and Master Mechanic Chris Birkle also commented, "Geoff is a very smooth but aggressive rider.
Richard was a master mechanic and worked as service manager at Laidlaw School Bus Co.