elevator operator


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n elevator operator an operator of an elevator
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In literature:

By turning the wheel the rudder was operated, by moving the rod the elevator was raised or lowered.
"The War in the Air; Vol. 1" by Walter Raleigh
When the spinous processes and laminae are driven in upon the cord, they must be elevated at once by operation.
"Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition." by Alexander Miles
The power thus transmitted operates a system of pumps in a lead mine, raising 250 gallons of water per minute, to an elevation of 1,200 feet.
"How it Works" by Archibald Williams
The elevator jolted to an abrupt halt and the operator swung about to glare at her.
"The Calm Man" by Frank Belknap Long
Three elevator operators had come in.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science February 1930" by Various
In case of productive associations, such as co-operative creameries, or elevators, dividends have to be paid on raw materials delivered.
"A Stake in the Land" by Peter Alexander Speek
The rope-geared system of hydraulic elevator operation was so basically simple that by 1880 it had been embraced by virtually all manufacturers.
"Elevator Systems of the Eiffel Tower, 1889" by Robert M. Vogel
All elevators will be kept in operation.
"The Brain" by Alexander Blade
The elevator operator was looking at him closely, and there's no use taking any chances.
"The Telenizer" by Don Thompson
An apprentice who is qualifying himself to operate an elevator is an employee within the Minnesota Act.
"Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman" by Albert Sidney Bolles

In news:

Through her travels, Eleanor Adame has met people from all over the world, all from her post operating the 1923 Otis cage elevator at the Kansas Statehouse.
Safety bridges, or gangways, provide safe operator access from the loading rack or dock to an elevated walkway during a loading/unloading process.
BROWNTON — ADM -Benson Quinn and United Farmers Coop (UFC) have formed a joint venture that will build and operate a grain elevator in Brownton with a total storage capacity of 3.6 million bushels.
Currently the building, which includes Section 8 housing, employs temporary workers to manually operate the one of two elevators that continue to function.
A piece of property along the Brooklyn/Queens border, formerly owned and operated by the Wolff-Alport Chemical Company, is currently undergoing a process to help reduce levels of elevated radiation in the area.
New elevator is in operation.
Hunt said the older elevators in the lobby had not operated in years and one of the glass elevators failed six months ago.
The new 1500SJ 150-foot telescopic lift elevates operators 150 feet, requiring only a weight permit.
IPAF has developed the PAL + training course in response to demand from UK contractors for training that better prepares operators of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) for work in higher risk or challenging environments.
The PT039 Roll-in cot features two levels of height adjustment – fully elevated or ground level and provides many high-tech features in a cot that can be operated by one person and is rugged and easy to maintain.
Russ Lenz monitors the elevator operating systems by computer at Reynolds United Co-op.
A Worker at the Callaway Elevator attempts to signal the crane operator after he and another man cut a hole in the side of a grain storage bin to drain the wheat inside Thursday afternoon.
100-year-old manual elevator and operator are replaced.
A webinar April 9 will cover how farmers and grain elevator operators can keep stored grain in good condition.
The original Philadelphia subway opened in 1907 as the Market Street Subway -Elevated line, with that first section operating between center city and 69th Street.

In science:

Even though there may exist a difference between the measured and calculated variation of L3 with elevation, the results indicate that the variation of ∆L3 must be taken into account in the operation of the interferometer.
Evaluation of the ALMA Prototype Antennas
Pointing Accuracy The simplest operational mode for the antenna is pointing to a fixed azimuth and elevation, whereby the drives are powered and the brakes are released.
Study of the Dynamics of Large Reflector Antennas with Accelerometers
During practical operation heterogeneous catalysts are exposed to rather harsh environments with reactant partial pressures of the order of atmospheres and quite elevated temperatures.
First-Principles Approach to Heat and Mass Transfer Effects in Model Catalyst Studies
Once the commutation relations of a set of matrices is established, we can elevate these to operator relations with either Fermi or Bose statistics (see Eq. (19) below) and thus also have a Bosonic representation of these.
Parameter Dependent Commuting Matrices, Pl\"ucker relations and Related Quantum Glass Models
Indeed, this issue has been tackled by many grid infrastructures, either by providing access only to a fixed restricted set of software applications, or by requiring clearance procedures to elevate a subset of the users (“ VO operators”) to the privilege level needed to install software on the execution nodes.
Batch-oriented software appliances