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locomotive engineer

noun
1.
engineer (def 3).
Origin
1885-1890
1885-90
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Examples for locomotive engineer
  • Conditions under which the locomotive engineer operated were radically different from those of today.
  • Lighting must be shielded from the locomotive engineer's view for safety reasons.
  • His father and brother both worked as train dispatchers, and his great-grandfather was a locomotive engineer.
  • Communication devices to relay the status to the locomotive engineer were also evaluated.
  • Must have been certified or be certified as a locomotive engineer.
  • By the time a locomotive engineer can see you or your car, it's nearly always too late for them to stop to avoid hitting you.
  • One of the individuals shall be a certified railroad locomotive engineer.

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