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noun as in builder

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Fire is not just for professionals, not just for government employees and their contractors.

Recently released emails and other documents by the city suggest that as those violations began to roll late last year, the relationship between city managers and its general contractor began to strain.

When the government hires private contractors, it will enter into a “blackout” period where communications must take place in official channels.

From Quartz

The SpaceX Dragon demonstration trip, which began May 30, was the first time a private contractor had flown National Aeronautics and Space Administration personnel aboard a private spacecraft.

From Fortune

The county data only reflects county employees and does not include roughly 100 additional contact tracers who have been hired as contractors.

Korte Luitjohan Contractors An Illinois-based full-service construction contractor.

Servis, a general contractor, was baffled by how introverted Stone acted.

Instead, that trail seems to lead to another Spinal Solutions contractor, Ryan Zavilenski.

Ichikowitz is the executive chairman of Paramount Group, the largest privately-owned defense contractor on the African continent.

Doyle, officially a contractor, said he was told that he was being let go as part of a program of layoffs at the New Mexico lab.

A rider or driver employed by a contractor for carrying the mails is an assistant in the business of the government.

Suppose the contractor's failure did not in fact result in any loss whatever to the other party?

After the abbey had been dismantled, the church was sold to a contractor, who proceeded to tear it down for the material.

By the latter relationship one is an independent contractor and excluded from the acts.

A workman, therefore, who is employed by a government contractor is not an employee of the government.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contractor, such as: constructor.

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