- n. colloquial A worker for a company that supplies gas (in the sense of the gaseous fuel), especially one who visits premises to read the meter, test appliances etc.
- n. someone employed by a gas company
- gas + man (Wiktionary)
“Probably the trimming of the lamps became his next duty; and then, as time went on, he developed into a "gasman," that most indispensable attendant of the modern theatre.”
“DjDiverDan says: gasman, above and beyond the tabloid elements, the Anna Nicole Smith/Marshall case is really only legally interesting on the issue of Bankruptcy Jurisdiction — why Anna Nicole could assert her Texas state-law tort claim (interfering with the expectancy of an inheritance) in her Bankruptcy Case.”
“May 28, 2010, 3: 21 pm whit says: gasman: What atheists would thatbe?”
“March 10, 2010, 1:13 pm gasman says: ...said the commission would examine closely the possibility of banning outright “purely speculative” trading of theswaps...”
“The only role for judge (and a judgement) is to determine whether the process due was met, not whether the judge felt like more jurors would be a good thing by itself.gasman(Quote)”
“I don't usually see much of BBC Breakfast, but having the morning off to wait for the gasman, and since Valentine Warner 'What To Eat Now' was on, I decided to have a dekko this morning.”
“If this weekend's Anglo-American summit in Crawford, Texas, is anything like the lovefest that most people expect it to be, some credit has got to go to a 49-year-old Scottish rugby player-turned-oil and gasman named Bill Gammell.”
“Do you suppose he has given up on publishing the paper? gasman”
“It was on a Friday morning the gasman came to call.”
“But when the gasman came over he was all "yep, boiler's leaking", and made it safe and turned our gas off.”
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