Definition of Deployers

1. Noun. (plural of deployer) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Deployers

1. deployer [n] - See also: deployer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Deployers

deplore
deplored
deploredly
deploredness
deplorement
deplorer
deplorers
deplores
deploring
deploringly
deploy
deployability
deployable
deployed
deployer
deployers (current term)
deploying
deployment
deployments
deploys
deplumate
deplumation
deplume
deplumed
deplumes
depluming
depocenter
depocenters
depocentre
depocentres

Literary usage of Deployers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Army Force Structure: Future Reserve Roles Shaped by New Strategy, Base (1993)
"... as Early deployers Deployment Expectations Revised for National Guard Combat Brigades 2-4 months Crisis response 12 months Major/Global war ..."

2. Sdi: A View From Europe by Robert C. Hughes (1995)
"... respectively the "early deployers" and the "late deployers" or even the "never deployers"); and on what defensive technologies, developed systems, ..."

3. Impact of the Anthrax Vaccine Program on Reserve and National Guard Units edited by Christopher Shays (1999)
"He is talking about the deployers. Colonel WEAVER. The deployers, sir. ... The deployers. How many of the deployers are required to have the shot. 401? ..."

4. U. S. Industrial Outlook, 1994: Business Forecasts for 350 IndustriesBusiness & Economics (1994)
"The primary deployers of regional fiber optic networks in the United States are the seven regional Bell companies, GTE, the CATV multiple system operators ..."

5. Careerquake: Policy Supports for Self-managed Careers by Anthony Gordon Watts (1996)
"There also appears to be a growing role for ‘deployers'69 — firms with a long-term ... Smaller ‘deployers' are now growing up in a wide variety of more ..."

6. Linebacker II: A View from the Rockby James R. McCarthy, George B. Allison, Robert E. Rayfield by James R. McCarthy, George B. Allison, Robert E. Rayfield (1985)
"... while others protected their companion chaff deployers. F-105 and A-7 "Iron Hand" flights, in concert with yet more F-4s, formed Hunter/Killer teams to ..."

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