center staff

center staff

[′sen·tər ‚staf]
(horology)
The arbor that holds the minute hand and cannon pinion of a timepiece.
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Meet the Palatine Park District Fitness Center staff at a free open house Saturday, Jan.
Fellows will conduct research and write in their areas of interest, while interacting with policymakers, Wilson Center staff and other scholars in residence.
The health center staff decided to take a closer look.
Why, then, do health center staff often report that they don't get any?
Fortunately, healthcare providers and health center staff can play an important role in identifying trafficking victims and providing care to trafficking survivors, both which are likely to have very serious health needs.
Administrators can monitor rack space availability and floor space, oversee overall network switch port availability and direct data center staff to perform equipment installs.--Aperture
Incoming parcels will be signed for by the messenger center staff and brought directly to the tenant by a Bright Star Couriers employee, thereby cutting off building access to street messengers.
Khan says that someone from the Johnson Center staff came up to him and told him he couldn't be there.
As part of the tour, center staff describe their research projects and allow visitors to view specimens through microscopes.
Scan the calendar for important dates and milestones or locate a committee or center staff member.
In addition to on-site service, other plans should allow data centers to host spare components and use data center staff for repairs.