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sweeper

Informal Soccer a player who supports the main defenders, as by intercepting loose balls, etc.
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Servant of Lal Beg' (Kim knew the God of the sweepers), 'run on my business or we will talk again.'
"Nagaina came to the bathroom sluice and called for Nag," Darzee went on, "and Nag came out on the end of a stick--the sweeper picked him up on the end of a stick and threw him upon the rubbish heap.
and then, without at all alluding to the shovel, he pointed to three lads as the customary sweepers; who, not being billeted at the pumps, had done little or nothing all day.
after the Elgin Sweeper Company-manufactured vehicle rolled over outside the public works facility, 1700 W.
Shafqat Rani said that deprivation of Christians of the sweeper posts created unrest among them.
A contractual sweeper at the Bharuch Civil Hospital in Gujarat, India, was filmed giving stitches on the head of an injured youth in the emergency ward.
Earlier there were many sweepers in this business but now most gold ornaments are ordered from Karachi and the jewellery business in Sukkur has reduced considerably.
Dr Amjad claimed that he had moved against the allegedly corrupt sweeper and his accomplices following which he was suddenly removed via fax".
Sweeper emitted another low moan and flushed, the loud rush of water down the porcelain pan echoing his current career path.
Rizwan's counsel, Advocate Muhammad Arshad S Pathan, argued in the court that one of the main reasons behind the HMC's failure to maintain cleanliness was that Muslims appointed against the vacancies of sweepers did not fulfil their duties.