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- n. A man who operates or manages an engine
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A man who manages, or waits on, an engine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man who manages an engine, as in steamers, steam-cars, manufactories, etc.
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Stiles was discharged from the Navy as an engineman fireman recruit, the article reported.
"KILLS" while an engineman on the railroad that he supposedly retired from. end quote
That's RNC Steele's invite to rightwing smear machine engineman, Andrew Breitbart to appear at the RNC's three day confab in Los Angeles, August 12 to 14.
Men like Larry Lee, who was on our bow with an M-60 machine gun as we charged the riverbank, Kenneth Martin, who was in the. 50-caliber gun tub atop our boat, and Benjamin Cueva, our engineman, who was at our aft gun mount suppressing the fire from the opposite bank.
Davis has taken a job as engineman on an old Christian missionary ship, currently stuck in the Haitian port of Jeremie.
Men like Larry Lee, who was on our bow with an M-60 machine gun as we charged the riverbank, Kenneth Martin, who was in the .50-caliber gun tub atop our boat, and Benjamin Cueva, our engineman, who was at our aft gun mount suppressing the fire from the opposite bank.
An engineman, blackened from crown to boots, pulled himself up the ladder and made his way toward the captain.
The engineman stood to starboard and aft of the wheel.
The engineman checked the gauge and added another wedge.
As the engineman adjusted the steam flow and checked the bearings and lubrication, Justen leaned back against the ladder and continued to study the engine system.
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