spotter


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spotter

1. a person who makes a hobby of watching for and noting numbers or types of trains, buses, etc.
2. Films
a. a person who checks against irregularities and inconsistencies
b. a person who searches for new material, performers, etc.

spotter

[′späd·ər]
(optics)
(ordnance)
An observer stationed for the purpose of observing and reporting results of naval gunfire to the firing agency, or in designating targets.
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Some pretty off-brand content," suggests our spotter, as Santa shakes his thing in fake snow with his arm around an elfish assistant.
Agency Spotter is an online aggregator of international design, advertising, and branding agencies; the company offers tools that make agency search and selection easy for companies looking to acquire an agency.
When the conditions exist for a severe storm, a National Weather Service official in Amarillo will issue a call for weather spotters to respond.
Stevens said: "The personal data of the spotters is kept private and the app does not assign tasks to them as well.
Using Code Spotter, developers can upload as much Java source code as they would like to the service.
Yeah, it's not the spotter, it's the whole committee,'' the spotter says.
According to the report, Spotter charges a minimum of 1,000 pounds per month for its services.
My only complaint is that I wish I had had this thing for those several hundred times I was forced to rely on a spotter with sketchy depth perception and even worse hand signals.
A shark spotter stationed on the beach was warned by a person on the mountain that someone had entered the water.
Unlike some BI firms, Spotter was focused on the problems of a global information need and not trying to add languages in response to a client's complaint that consumers in Italy were annoyed with a particular product.
Plus, to help spot various birds in your garden, and in the country, we are also offering these wonderful new spotter Guides from the AA.
Spotter Armstrong-The rare bird, which boasts even rarer facial colouration, has drawn attention to wetland normally noticeable only for the occasional discarded traffic cone and litter near Morrisons.