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handlers

persons involved in the handling of, for example, circus animals. Includes grooms, milkers, herdsmen, strappers. Used mostly in referring to persons handling animals for show or auction.
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The Liebherr material handlers are powered by a 400 kW electric motor with frequency converter.
To assess the health and hygiene status of food handlers working in the food establishments of teaching hospitals.
The relationship between dog guides and handlers is close.
And while there were no real targets placed in any of the rooms, there were three alerts made in each of them--demonstrating that the expectations of the handlers influenced the dogs to "alert.
This study should be replicated and expanded so that we can assess hidden cues handlers might be giving.
Although 55 per cent of food handlers are not fluent English or Arabic speakers, ADFCA is trying to cash in on another positive factor -- 73 per cent of them are young, below the age of 35.
Local (within an hour's drive of the handlers' facilities) sales amounted to 24 percent of handler sales to U.
Police dog handlers attend a 13-week General Purpose Police Dog course at the Dog Training School.
One large handler of copper scrap says that manic buying by China has abated a bit, which is helping domestic processors to obtain more material.
The dogs have to meet strict FEMA standards along with their handlers.
Blake's latter comments followed Tuesday's statement from Mark Wilson, spokesman for the RaceTech handlers, in which he claimed that "there are no indications from any RaceTech handlers, full-time or contracted, that they are willing to work for Arena".
The triage process should involve the most experienced claim handlers, those who are able to consider the facts and spot a dangerous situation early enough to make a difference.