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  • n. Plural form of installer.


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  • As a workaround, the article details how to extract individual installers from the iTunes setup client so you can install only what you need and want on your computer. iTunes may still take up more than its share of system resources compared to other popular media player alternatives, but at least this way you have a little more control over what programs it installs to your hard drive.

    Saturday, October 4, 2008 | Lifehacker Australia

  • So I called the installers again, who came right back to the house, and this time they followed the diagram exactly.

    Final days at the Humboldt house.

  • Swanson also accused AMP of using high-pressure sales tactics in some cases, such as showing up at a customer's home late at night and refusing to leave until they signed a contract, or intimidating the customer by calling installers before the customer agreed to anything.

    San Antonio Business News - Local San Antonio News | The San Antonio Business Journal

  • Caltrans sets the prices and provides permits but the installers are their own bosses.

    Auburn Journal - Top Stories

  • These markets could also offer new job opportunities, such as installers, welders, and construction workers that will not only satisfy the domestic need for energy but also foster domestic job growth.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • Personally I think ATT has a problem with the higher paid senior people screwing with the installers which is bullshit for the customers.


  • Frost & Sullivan's industry analyst for energy and power systems, Suchitra Sriram, concurs, saying that the development of the solar energy market can attract new players in the value chain such as installers, system integrators and equipment suppliers, and creates significant job opportunities for skilled and semi-skilled labour in the country.


  • The department says pre-paying "installers" without first checking if any work has been carried out is not permitted under its own guidelines. | Top Stories

  • In June, the Labor Department said it recovered $203,323 in back wages for 224 drywall installers working for two companies.

    IRS Gives Employers a Break on Payrolls

  • The company's 44 co-owners include designers and installers, along with sales, marketing and administrative staff.

    A Place in the Sun


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