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  • n. Plural form of timeserver.

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Examples

  • Although that said, it may be that some department manager whilst trawling the internet in work looking for animal sex porn or whatever it is that the legions of "timeservers" - slap heads word not mine - do to fill eight hours a day, will come across this and remove slaphead from the job he appears to hate doing.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Conversely, a military of comfy timeservers will always find a way to burn through whatever resources you give it.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Military’s PowerPoint Problem

  • The British Council is an absurd waste of money; a strange survival of the cold war stuffed to the taxpayers gunnels with pointless political timeservers and bureaucrats.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Time and timezone settings come next, but an option to add external timeservers doesn't appear until later.

    D-Link DFL-210

  • There may have been a few timeservers (they got extra rations when the local population were starving), but to compare British cops with the milice, frankly, is an insult. on March 24, 2008 at 9: 39 am | Reply gilbo

    An Ex Traffic Biker Writes: « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • But Duffy is able to demonstrate that a clear majority of cathedral dignitaries people one might expect to be Trollopean timeservers also refused to serve the new regime, and hints – further research is required on this – that there may have been much more resistance among the parish clergy than has often been supposed.

    A Not so Bloody Mary ?

  • The point is Kerry that if the state system was not staffed to the rafters with union bodies, timeservers and political non entities who believe that school is a place for pet policies, social engineering and just about anything but the so called 3R's; then people would use it.

    Kerry McCarthy - dim witted MP for Bristol East.

  • Which just go's to show that the half a million plus useless timeservers that Gordon Brown put on the public sector payroll over the last 12 years have little if anything to do and so have to dream up ever more ways of regulating our lives.

    Life in unelected PM James Gordon Brown's "Cool Britannia"

  • A refuge for the dim witted useless timeservers like former Tory MP Keith Best.

    Deva Kumarasiri sacked.

  • You people reminded me that the world is full of insincere timeservers.

    All those liars for Jesus

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