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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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We were now at Coventry Central police station for the briefing of the officers, other than spotters, involved in the Coventry-Walsall operation, which was led by the Bronze match day commander, Inspector Chris Wilkins.
The third spotter site on our list was the Cherry Tree pub - the location from where a protest was set to start off to the ground not long after our arrival.
For the spotters, it's a dangerous job, putting them at risk of reprisals, and several said threats from pro-regime militias were common.
The aircraft was sighted en route by a volunteer spotter who dispatched an emergency message, correctly identifying the plane.
"The evidence is that the spotters won't be short of work."
Stevens said: "The personal data of the spotters is kept private and the app does not assign tasks to them as well.
We welcome your fishing and hunting photos for publication in the Action Spotter and in our online community galleries at www.floridasportsman.com.
"Birmingham was a particularly favoured place for train spotters. Even in the austere days of post war Britain, immaculate engines could still be seen at the head of chocolate and cream coaching stock heading out of Snow Hill station.
Big Brother talent spotters are coming to Huddersfield later this month.
After the three-hour session, given by Glenn Field, warning coordination meteorologist, and William Babcock, Skywarn Program Leader, from the National Weather Service office in Taunton, many in the audience signed up to become trained weather spotters and report severe weather conditions to NWS meteorologists, who use the reports to issue weather warnings.