signaller

[ UK /sˈɪɡnɔːlɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who communicates by signals
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How To Use signaller In A Sentence

  • About 300 engineers and 700 signallers will be recruited from school leavers, graduates, those who took early retirement, people returning from a career break and professional engineers.
  • The event on Saturday was aimed at highlighting the 15,000 jobs in more than 140 trades which the Army has to offer, with engineers, signallers, guardsmen and mechanics among those on hand to talk to young people and their families.
  • Thousands of drivers, signallers and maintenance workers walked out from 6.30 pm yesterday causing the worst travel disruption in the capital for two years.
  • In one case a signaller worked 30 consecutive days.
  • Infantry battalions would fall from 40 to 36 but with manpower redistributed to boost the hard-pressed Army logisticians, engineers, signallers and intelligence.
  • The story of the narrator's secret love for another man's wife and ongoing struggle to recover from the trauma of being a signaller in the first world war is moving. A Different Stripe:
  • Network Rail confirmed the user-worked crossing had gates and a telephone but its signaller had not received a phone call. Suffolk rail crossing crash leaves man with life-threatening injuries
  • Thousands of drivers, signallers and maintenance workers walked out from 6.30 pm yesterday causing the worst travel disruption in the capital for two years.
  • Another example is the use of semaphore flags, where the configuration of flags held by a signaller or the arms of a semaphore tower encodes parts of the message, typically individual letters and numbers. Bits and Pieces of an RNA World
  • They had served in the field as nurses and ambulance drivers and performed military support roles as cooks and orderlies, clerical workers, telephonists, and signallers.
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