Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Service performed by an officer or by troops in the field, in contradistinction to that performed in garrison; service in time of war.
“Halliburton's fourth-quarter earnings rose 50% as the U.S. energy boom brought the oil field-service provider's revenue to a record level.”
“He said field-service representative Eric Heidman , in Stockton, Calif., assured him that the check was the last payment for the 2010 crop.”
“General Halleck having gone down to the Shiloh battle-field, I reported to his Assistant Adjutant-General, C.lonel John C. Kelton, and told him of my anxiety to take a hand in active field-service, adding that I did not wish to join my regiment, which was still organizing and recruiting at Jefferson Barracks, for I felt confident I could be more useful elsewhere.”
“Pay for his field-service engineer job started at $65,000, and Boise's cost of living was lower than Pennsylvania's.”
“For example: Douglas Chamberlain, field-service spares-operations manager at Xerox, spent months with a team investigating repair delays.”
“Oil and gas investors might wish to diversify: among companies that profit from high prices, like drillers and field-service companies; companies that might gain if prices fall, like those that buy fuel to generate electricity; and companies that should make money regardless, like plant builders.”
“For Split-Up of Telecom Telecom Corp. of New Zealand said its newly separated access-network-business unit and field-service team will be named Chorus.”
“If the owner continues not to pay, field-service reps might be asked to contact homeowners and try to resolve the default situation -- known as loss mitigation.”
“Often, field-service providers say, they must negotiate with lenders for more money.”
“Finally, if a home moves into foreclosure, field-service vendors do everything from help pack up homes for evicted tenants to remove family pets, dead and alive, left behind when owners vacate.”
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