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  • n. a workman who manages or works in a warehouse


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  • Henry, who had just retired from his job as a warehouser at Frito Lay, was wearing a lightweight coat, jeans, and tennis shoes.


  • Two Nigerian-born siblings were arrested in 2002 on charges of tapping into ChoicePoint Inc.'s vast database of personal information, a security breach similar to one announced by the data warehouser last month, a newspaper reported Wednesday.

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  • The warehouser gave the carpenter receipts for his deposits of gold. - Financial News

  • Monday, January 25, 2010, 10: 21am MST Saratoga warehouser grows through vertical integration of logistics services, operations

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  • The extract, transform and load function is often handled by a service provider such as a data warehouser, which basically "cleans up" the data so spend-analysis programs can process it and give back useful information.

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