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- n. A person involved with logistics.
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- n. a person skilled at symbolic logic.
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- n. a person skilled at symbolic logic
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The toilets are precious few, with excruciatingly long queues, and when Henthorn comes back, he declaims, "Whoever planned this thing was no logistician."
She is a master strategist and logistician, and consummate warrior.
Zein al-Abideen Mohamed Hussein, generally known as Abu Zubaydah, a Palestinian al-Qaeda logistician in his early thirties, was believed to be the highest-ranking member of the terror group to be taken alive in the first months after 9/11.
In the end the multiple waterboardings of Abu Zubaydah provided no specific leads on any plots, although clearly his role as an al-Qaeda logistician did give him insights into the organization and its personnel.
Call finally launched his “summer” campaign in September, but his inadequacies as a logistician cost his army more than 600 horses and the initiative.
I hope that you will include a space logistician with experience in human space flight on your committee.
TOMPKINS, Elizabeth Ann, 75, of Waldorf, a logistician with the Department of the Navy for 28 years, died June 11 in Waldorf.
But on a well-publicized tour of England she felt the need to bring along an entourage that would make an army logistician proud, with a convoy of 13 trucks following along, at least as reported in the British press.
Coast Guard Boston immediately called those phone numbers and were able to reach logistician Donna Christman, who said she had last spoken to captain Tom Tighe via radio the preceding night at 8 p.m.
Nevertheless, Tom does have a coordinator and general helper on land, logistician Donna Christman, and he will check in with her by radio every other day.