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Definition of Dockmaster
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Dockmaster
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1. Standard Specifications for Personal Service by New York (N.Y.). Bureau of Standards (1917)
"GRADE l (KD 1) TITLES OF POSITIONS— dockmaster DUTIES— The duties of incumbents of these positions are to collect the statutory wharfage fees, ..."
2. Trusted Product Evaluations: A Guide for Vendors by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"dockmaster serves the entire information security community including the ... dockmaster is the primary means of communications between the vendor and the ..."
3. Rating Maintenance Phase: Program Document (1994)
"This does not relieve the vendor of responsibility for keeping abreast of developments through other means (such as the dockmaster system mentioned below) ..."
4. National Information Systems Security '95 (18th) Proceedings: Making by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"This panel is made up of members from the dockmaster n (DMII) Program Management Office ... The DMn program is the official program to replace dockmaster. ..."
5. Gently With the Tides: The Best of Living Aboard by Michael L. Frankel (1990)
"... clean shower facilities and laundry room, and a well groomed staff. It's not often you see a dockmaster scampering around in a dinghy wearing a skirt. ..."
6. An Analytical Digest of the Cases Published in the New Series of the Law by Cecil Clare Marston Dale (1881)
"The steamship C., under the directions of the dockmaster and within the limits of his jurisdiction, when entering the St. Katharine Docks came into ..."