It is a known fact that the more years of experience a controller has, the higher his proficiency.
The controller asks if Sullenberger wants to divert to Teterboro in New Jersey, a few miles west of the Hudson.
The only other elected positions in the City of Angels are controller and city attorney.
When I looked over at the controller next to me, it was clear he needed a few minutes, too.
Listening to the tape, it seems that the controller takes a few seconds to absorb the scale of the calamity after the bird strike.
A controller never did anything directly; their dirty work was done by someone else—a puppet under their mental control.
He was the controller of a great journal: he was a leading politician.
An actual new controller is certain, and even ready; were the indispensable manoeuvres but gone through.
And bear in mind that I refuse to allow you to be the controller of it.
This is Dr. Anton Dohrn, founder of the laboratory, and still its controller and director, in name and in fact.
late 14c., from Anglo-French contrerolleour (late 13c.), Old French contrerelleor (Modern French contrôleur), from Medieval Latin contrarotulator, agent noun from *contra-rotulare (see control (v.)). Mechanical sense is from 1867.