Definition of Underviewer. Meaning of Underviewer. Synonyms of Underviewer

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Definition of Underviewer

underviewer
Underlocker Un"der*lock`er, n. (Mining) A person who inspects a mine daily; -- called also underviewer.
Underviewer
Underviewer Un"der*view`er, n. See Underlooker.

Meaning of Underviewer from wikipedia

- "Labo" (Credited to "Underviewer") 3:51 9. "I Remember" (Credited to "Underviewer") 2:32 10. "Trouble" (Credited to "Underviewer") 3:39 11. "U-Men" (Instrumental)...
- had separately formed a group called Underviewer at around the same time. The groups merged in 1982 after Underviewer had given their demo tapes to Bressanutti...
- especially as he disagreed with the treatment of the men by John Wood the underviewer and he was dismissed at the end of 1832. He also spent time at Workington...
- commented as "six years old". At the age of 19, John Buddle became the underviewer to his father, and in 1801 he was appointed viewer of Benwell Colliery...
- Dalmellington in Ayrshire. Boyd obtained from Dunn his first appointment as underviewer and surveyor at Hetton-le-Hole Colliery in 1832. Boyd in 1837 moved to...
- would not take safety lamps near the goaves. According to Tomlinson the underviewers had chalked "Fire" in places. Parkin Jeff****, the mining engineer who...
- lamps, banning smoking in the pit, greater care in the selection of underviewer and firemen, replacing direct furnace ventilation with dumb-drift ventilation...
- against the fire-trier— William Clayton—and censured the manager and underviewer for their loose and inefficient management. In 1876 a miner Jonathan...