motorman


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motorman

1. the driver of an electric train
2. the operator of a motor
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Details of the intelligence squaddies were given before Operation Motorman were disclosed at the inquest of Daniel Hegarty - the 15-year-old who was shot dead in Derry by one of the soldiers on July 31, 1972.
Corruption has affected every Indian, including railway employees, particularly motormen who barely get any holidays and are paid a paltry sum of Rs 260 [Dh20] to come and work on a public holiday," Devendra Yadav, Motorman, WR, told this paper.
Getting tired of waiting, the young motorman, aged 20, decided to move on down the line towards Bensham Road and then up the steep hill towards the Sidney Grove loop.
A great deal of preparatory work seemed to be necessary by the motorman, and as the people stood and watched every movement, this old lady, to whom the idea of a car being able to move without any visible power was incomprehensible, kept remarking, "It'll never go, It'll never go.
Hopley made it 3-2 on 70 minutes, then ex- Motorman Aspinall finished matters off with a 25-yard screamer.
Tom Anderson, U-2 motorman, is recognized as one of the top turbine engine builders in motorsports.