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  • noun Plural form of dispatcher.

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Examples

  • She was sure it was a "pocket-rider" - a term dispatchers use when a cell phone in a pocket or purse dials 911 when its buttons get pushed.

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  • Hesterberg allegedly refused to provide the ranger with printed identification, and she realized he had told her a false name when she called dispatchers to verify, Levitt said.

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  • Moments after she called dispatchers, motorists saw Traci Desaussure, 33, of DeLand on Interstate 4 near Lake Helen trying to run over a running Leoninas Williams, 37, also of DeLand, with her green van, a sheriff's charging affidavit states.

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  • Police say he called dispatchers, saying he'd start shooting if officers didn't back off.

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  • Clay said officers spend a lot of time calling dispatchers to get information from the databases.

    Belleville News Democrat: Homepage

  • When she called dispatchers at 10: 01 p.m. she said Morris went outside and she thought he was leaving on an ATV, Hunter said.

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  • A web interface then allows Creole speaking "dispatchers" -- from anywhere on the Internet

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  • A web interface then allows Creole-speaking "dispatchers" -- from anywhere on the Internet -- to take the SMS messages off the queue to organize and tag them.

    SEIU

  • Waist gunners, now called dispatchers, sent down large canisters of supplies from the bomb bays.

    Masters of the Air

  • Waist gunners, now called dispatchers, sent down large canisters of supplies from the bomb bays.

    Masters of the Air

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