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- v. solve problems
“Two more-senior pilots apparently failed to aggressively trouble-shoot problems or provide clear-cut commands, experts said after release of the previous update in May.”
“As an event planner, I know what it is to be organized, to assemble a great team, to pay attention to every detail, to trouble-shoot and to push through and make it work, no matter what.”
“A side-bar event at the festival is the "Docsinthessaloniki Pitching Forum", a workshop, hosted by the Dutch company EDN European Documentary Network, that offers novice directors the opportunity to work on their scripts with seasoned mentors, as well as to trouble-shoot their pitches before seeking funding.”
“As an IT director in a leading law firm, I am keenly aware of businesses 'reliance on technology to communicate with clients, facilitate client interactions and effectively trouble-shoot client issues.”
“Not only does she remove a great deal of worry from the equation, I know she's there to trouble-shoot and put out fires on my behalf.”
“The Secretary of State should be able to concentrate on his day job rather than having to help Mr Brown trouble-shoot as well.”
“As the company began outsourcing more of its parts from all over the world, it realized it needed someone in charge of buying who could roam the company's 41 facilities in 14 countries, trouble-shoot the most daunting problems, and help train buyers in the various locations on how to do strategic buying.”
“He's had a long Martian day, a night, for most of us, trying to trouble-shoot the problems on the Spirit rover.”
“Frequently, multidisciplinary procurement teams conduct site visits to verify information, trouble-shoot quality problems, and seek ways to reduce costs.”
“Also, farmers need regular visits to train, give new ideas, support, trouble-shoot etc. ...”
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