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  • n. Plural form of watchstander.

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Examples

  • These furloughs will take away the TWC's ability to upgrade tsunami models and will put considerable stress on watchstanders ability to react.

    Carl Pope: What Are They Thinking?

  • He had been briefed on security measures, but had forgotten that not everyone on the ship, not even all the Combat watchstanders, knew what was going on.

    Hellfire

  • Supervises the conning officer and other under-way watchstanders.

    Hellfire

  • Supervises the conning officer and other underway watchstanders.

    Typhoon Season

  • The watchstanders on the traders yell their warnings, barely audible above the crash of thunder and the violence of the storm.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • Westhause and the Commander are the only watchstanders left in Ops. I can't hear anything from Engineering, but some-body is holding out.

    Passage at Arms

  • After noting the watchstanders, he went to the starboard wing-he did not sense the rain-and waved to Karen.

    The Heirs of Babylon

  • One never saw overt mutation among them; what happened to babies distorted at birth was a mystery so taboo that Thorby was not even aware of it; he simply knew that power watchstanders were old men.

    Citizen Of The Galaxy

  • Shucks, you could cut that to five: two control officers (one in command), two torch watchstanders, and a farmer-cook.

    Time For The Stars

  • "These furloughs will take away the TWC's ability to upgrade tsunami models and will put considerable stress on watchstanders ability to react."

    Breaking News: CBS News

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