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- n. One who signals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See signaler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who communicates by signals
If it is a crossing without barriers there is a phone by it to call the signaller to check it's clear.
Used as a "signaller" [Russian: sviazist = communications man].
Network Rail said the union wanted a signaller removed from his post before it would negotiate.
Network Rail confirmed the user-worked crossing had gates and a telephone but its signaller had not received a phone call.
Network Rail said the user-worked crossing had gates and a telephone but its signaller had not received a phone call.
The story of the narrator's secret love for another man's wife and ongoing struggle to recover from the trauma of being a signaller in the first world war is moving.
Another example is the use of semaphore flags, where the configuration of flags held by a signaller or the arms of a semaphore tower encodes parts of the message, typically individual letters and numbers.
Employers use the university as a signaller not because they think it educated its students better, but because they trust its admissions decisions. thehova Says:
Anyone signaled in such a manner could just as well tell the signaller to get lost, just as they could in a bar or nightclub.
I could just imagine some young signaller, new in theatre, only just starting his eight-hour shift, sitting there thinking, who the hell is Sandstone 78?
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