- request + -er; compare requestor, requestress (Wiktionary)
“If the requester is a print/broadcast journalist, are they able to provide some information about their assignment (that would explain why they’re asking for a backlist title)?”
“I wonder if the requester is my sis, who works full time; while my brother-in-law sits home on the computer on his ever widening ass playing WoW.”
“Such a system is robust and secure, but it's also not very user-friendly, because browsers throw a big username/password requester on the screen before the site loads.”
“Validation might include whether the account is valid, whether the requester is the account owner, whether the account contains sufficient funds for the request, etc.”
“One open records officer asked whether the requester was a reporter, no doubt taking a guess because the documents in question had not previously been sought by a member of the public.”
“- calling the requester out for even saying anything”
“He's got far more power as an 'requester' and a clarifier, re-clarifier and re-re-reclarifier, than any person could ever have or be, even if seated in the Senate.”
“If the measure passed, the state Office of Information Practices could declare an individual a “vexatious requester” and restrict rights to government records for two years.”
“He's also apparently a frequent requester of documents from state agencies, including the university that employs him, and that apparently hasn't much endeared him to the bureaucrats who have to deal with him.”
“The counter is used by whichever supply Marine is closest to the counter when the requester arrives.”
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