Unsure of what to do, the operator asked a superior what the correct move would be.
The operator of a raunchy adult-themed website says Quayle was a long-time commenter.
Wright approved one of the wells after the operator agreed to bring it into compliance, according to the letter.
The 911 operator instructed that the patient immediately be placed on the floor so CPR would be effective.
Teague replied: “I have to allow an operator or plugger a way to appeal when he believes our requirements are unreasonable.”
Nor will it suffice for the operator to attend to the strength of his solutions, and keep his eye upon the clock.
"Nothing," said the operator shaking his head in a negative.
"Accident," answered the operator in a tone that led one to believe that the mere effort of speaking gave him pain.
"Send me your notes so I can follow them carefully," he told the operator.
Selecting a ten-dollar note, he pushed it toward the operator, who was refilling his pipe.
1590s, "one who performs mechanical or surgical operations," agent noun from operate (v.) or from Late Latin operator. Meaning "one who carries on business shrewdly" is from 1828. Specific sense of "one who works a telephone switchboard" (1884) grew out of earlier meaning "one who works a telegraph" (1847).
operator op·er·a·tor (ŏp'ə-rā'tər)
An operator gene.