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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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After experimenting with the app for about a year, the maintainers were invited to provide direct feedback to George and his development team about their experiences and ideas for improvement.
*The total calories burned (and consumed) each day by weight-loss maintainers was significantly higher (300 kcal/day) compared with that in individuals with normal body weight controls but was not significantly different from that in the individuals with overweight/obesity.
"Through brainstorming with maintainers, we got a better idea of how they would use it day-to-day on maintenance operations," said Robert Samuel, augmented reality developer for CARMA.
Men who were weight loss maintainers fell in the middle, at 772 kcal/day of PAEE.
Complacency is the enemy of leaders, maintainers, and operators alike during routine actions in a non-combat environment.
According to ACC manpower, MQ-1 and 9 crew chiefs are 60 percent manned at the enlisted three- to five-levels and 46 percent manned for experienced seven-level maintainers.
The number of soldier maintainers assigned to a unit is driven by its Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE).
Participants' characteristics separated by maintainers (n = 10) and regainers (n = 17) are displayed in Table 1.
Identification of maintainers and restorers was carried out by observing pollen and spikelet fertility under bagged condition.
If Stryker maintainers think they have something that should be in the IETM, they can get things started by sending us an email:
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.