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spotter

Body-building
A training partner who ensures safe performance of heavy lifts in bench press, squats, etc. The spotter will, in the event of muscle failure, help lift the weight in order to complete the range of motion.
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Pink Sheets: PNOW), parent company of the Central American-Caribbean online travel Agency, Oveedia, announced today, that the value of itsHotel Spotter vertical application, has beenproven by the' Calling All Photos ' campaign that Sabre (the $7 Billion Travel Network Family Oveedia belongs to),has launched to increase its media database.
The Pac-12's presidents and chancellors also voted Sunday to use sideline spotters to identify injuries during football games.
The UFO spotter continued: "The object then disappeared altogether for a brief amount of time, before it returned.
These missions, which could range from service and quality audits (mystery shopping) to retail audits, take a few minutes and spotters can earn anywhere from Dh30 to Dh100.
Built on Coverity's static code analysis technology, Code Spotter is available for free to the software development community during the beta period.
The spotter reported the incident and he was sacked.
The Spotter C20 automates the difficult work of monitoring range-limited cameras, empowering security professionals at a much lower price point.
You tell that spotter up there it better pay big,'' replies someone believed to be Gilliland crew chief Frank Kerr.
Spotter said its clients include the Home Office, EU Commission and Dubai Courts.
Friend Spotter allows users to locate each other instantly in a crowd using their smartphones through the camera viewer.
A shark spotter stationed on the beach was warned by a person on the mountain that someone had entered the water.
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.