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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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During a tornado, Scruggs and his fellow spotters may get as close as a quarter-mile away, depending on the road, but usually try to stay farther out, perhaps as far as 10 miles.
We have garnered about 10,000 spotters and we have about 50,000 data points in clients and have given away an excess of Dh20,000 to app users.
With Code Spotter, we've aimed to do just that by expanding our SaaS offerings to provide even more developers across the globe with tools that make it easier to produce high-quality software.
We've got the big dog and all of his cronies,'' the spotter replies, a possible reference to Roger Penske, who watches NASCAR races from the spotter stand.
The spotter then ran to try to get the swimmer out of the water, but the attack took place before he could reach him.
Spotter emerged from her firsthand experience with what she called the "business information infoglut problem.
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Nick French, a bird spotter from the Saltney area, said: "The grey head is quite clear so I presume it's an eastern form seen in Turkey and Asia.
The compact spotter comes with either a straight or 45--degree angled eyepiece, and at a price you can afford.
VIZ creator Chris Donald, one of the North's best-known train enthusiasts, yesterday spoke up for his former spotter comrades.
Be sure the program has a trained coach and spotter.
And while communication between the lifter and spotter is a polestar variable in all manual resistance movements, it takes on even more significance when it's applied to the neck region.