, as defined by Peach, is a relic of a bygone era: "An unskilled worker who assists a skilled, experienced, cattle herdsman or owner.
The novel concludes with Nick and the swamper
driving out to fight Figlia and retrieve Ed's golden apples, reducing economics to its barest Nietzschean power conflict.
Since you know that Swamper
tires aren't so super for any kind of military usage, use only authorized tires on your HMMWV.
Starting out as a "swamper
," usually the least experienced crew member who rides on the baggage boat and sets up tents and cots, Aaron Helfrich first worked for his dad, Dean, and then started his own business.
Boxes of picked table grapes may be stacked 15 feet high on a pallet or on a piece of cardboard on the ground and the swamper
will pick up one or two boxes at a time, then throw them to a co-worker standing on the bed of the truck which will deliver the boxes to cold storage.
In one smooth move the arrow was away knocking the big "swamper
According to industry sources, soldiers were replacing damaged Humvee tires with the Super Swamper
tire that often is favored by special operations forces.
Smith's wife Michelle is his "swamper
," who takes care of the aircraft, cleaning, fueling, etc.
Charlie has his general equivalency diploma and works as a swamper
(cleaner) in the prison when he is able to work.
Each unit had a crew of two--an operator and a swamper
. During most of the project, three of the trucks were operated 10 hours per day, six days a week.
O'Rourke, the Coast Stevedore report stated, was physically unable to do the heavy work and was given a preferred position -- because of his war record perhaps -- as a swamper
responsible for loading and unloading trucks, and later as a watchman.