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lumper

[′ləm·pər]
(systematics)
A taxonomist who tends to recognize large taxa.
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Its payment platform is designed specifically for Carriers, Shippers and 3PL to send and receive instant lumper fee payments through the MyLumper electronic system.
But remember, this was a lumper program; we wanted to hear about them all.
To make the effective use of a driver's time to get adequate rest, trucking firms should minimize or eliminate the time a driver spends to count, load, and complete the paperwork, while minimizing the assistance of unnecessary lumpers who may prolong the unloading time.
Summary: French "Spiderman" Alain Robert has been charged with criminal trespass and fined after climbing the Petronas towers in Kuala Lumper.
He is in the intellectual tradition of a splitter, and not a lumper, in his scholarship.
The lumbering lumper asserts "all abnormal liver tests are anathema
Wilson is a splitter, not a lumper, and consequently she regards the term "British" with so much mistrust that on more than one occasion she brings up England and Englishness right after an eighteenth-century source has invoked the B-word, which may get at some underlying truth but comes across as pedantic anyway.
Dr Harrison joins most English medieval economic historians as a lumper, although few would go as far as he does in claiming that not much happened between 1200 and 1750.
It might be possible to extract other meanings from a comparative analysis of these cities, particularly by focussing on the different cultural milieus in which they existed, but Ruble is certainly entitled to be a lumper rather than a splitter, emphasizing similarities rather than differences.
This is a fact of our profession," General lumper stated in his October 2004 Chief's Sight Picture [http://www.
US Air Force Chief of Staff Gen John lumper remarked in early 2003.
Kuwaiti Airways is expected to resume services to Kuala Lumper International Airport by June 2004.