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maintainer

(software)
The person responsible for coordinating changes to a package of software and arranging the distribution of updates. The term usually applies only to free software where the maintainer (often the author) is doing it as a free public service.
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motor grader

A dirt-moving machine for leveling and planing the surface to fine tolerances by means of a blade (or moldboard) than can be set and held at precise slope and elevation. Controls at the operator’s station raise and lower, turn, and tilt the moldboard.
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The app saves maintainers from having to walk back and forth to the tool crib or office for computer access, improving flight readiness and data entry, and shortening turnaround time for routine maintenance.
In the study, successful weight-loss maintainers are individuals who maintain a reduced body weight of 30 pounds or more for over a year.
Team Collaborative Augmented Reality Maintenance Assistant (CARMA), comprised of five engineers and a logistician, conducted research, development and testing as part of a six-month NAWCAD Innovation Challenge to create a working prototype that would allow subject matter experts to help maintainers troubleshoot equipment virtually.
Faults are listed in the equipment's TM, which tells the operator or maintainer if a fault makes the equipment not mission capable (NMC).
The greatest resource available to the aviation commander is the time assigned soldier maintainers are actually turning wrenches on their aircraft.
In the present cases, we performed cataract aspiration and posterior chamber IOL implantation in the bag, using an anterior chamber maintainer. In only one case, vitrectomy was performed for removal of vitreous that had herniated into the lens capsule.
Participants' characteristics separated by maintainers (n = 10) and regainers (n = 17) are displayed in Table 1.
The tester PR52 (T13), PR95 (T15) and PR185 (T28) behaved as complete maintainer with all the CMS lines.
A cargo strap was attached to the blade root so the maintainers on top could hold it in position to prevent that blade from falling once all bolts were removed; one bolt remained.
The manager then forwards the report to a selected maintainer robot to handle the failure.
A properly designed fixed space maintainer not only preserves arch length but also reduces the psychological trauma, speech problems and prevents the development of tongue thrusting habits.
(2) Maintenance of the space may eliminate the need for prolonged orthodontic treatment; for which clinicians prescribe various types of space maintainer. (3)