spotter


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spotter

1. a person who makes a hobby of watching for and noting numbers or types of trains, buses, etc.
2. Films
a. a person who checks against irregularities and inconsistencies
b. a person who searches for new material, performers, etc.

spotter

[′späd·ər]
(optics)
(ordnance)
An observer stationed for the purpose of observing and reporting results of naval gunfire to the firing agency, or in designating targets.
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We have garnered about 10,000 spotters and we have about 50,000 data points in clients and have given away an excess of Dh20,000 to app users.
With Code Spotter, we've aimed to do just that by expanding our SaaS offerings to provide even more developers across the globe with tools that make it easier to produce high-quality software.
We've got the big dog and all of his cronies,'' the spotter replies, a possible reference to Roger Penske, who watches NASCAR races from the spotter stand.
Spotters had sighted the shark 90 minutes before the attack, and closed the beach.
Nick French, a bird spotter from the Saltney area, said: "The grey head is quite clear so I presume it's an eastern form seen in Turkey and Asia.
A row broke out yesterday after union chiefs claimed National Express was planning to ban the spotters from Newcastle's Central Station, under moves to crack down on fare dodgers.
Always practice with a trained coach or spotter and use proper equipment.
Forward Flexion (Photo #1 -- Starting Position) -- With the lifter assuming a tilted head position in extension, the spotter interlocks his fingers, places them over the lifter's forehead, and applies gentle, even resistance as the lifter flexes the head forward to a position where the chin is in near contact with the upper chest.
In a move to gain sat-nav customers, Car Parts Direct say they will also accept other brands of radar detectors that they did not supply and pay a pounds 50 allowance which must be used against the purchase of the new pounds 400 Rossini Navigator and Speed Camera Spotter.
Sure, the spotter should have been on the other side where he could see the tightest area, but that still may not have prevented the accident from occurring.
Spotter Gerry Williams, 47, of Stirling, said: 'I think there could be thousands turning up on the day