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jobber

and jobby (ˈdʒɑbɚ and ˈdʒɑbi)
1. n. a gadget. Where is the little jobber I use to tighten this?
2. n. a bowel movement. (Juvenile.) Don’t forget to jobber, Jimmy.
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Our executive clients are the ones who pushed for a way to measure and validate persona match in candidates across their organizations," said Joe Thurman, Founder and CEO of Jobber Group.
For example, the jobber may own and salary-operate his or her own stations, just like refiners.
But we don't develop anything specifically and solely for the jobber market.
At Jobber Group, we are executing theses strategies right now," Joe Thurman, Chief Executive Officer, Jobber Group.
Jobbers are fabric wholesalers -- intermediaries who buy fabrics from converters.
Martin Rosenberger, president of jobber Duralee Fabrics Ltd.
David Titlebaum, retail and jobber sales manager for Robert Allen, said the company has identified five lifestyle themes, and grouped prints and wovens within these categories.
She had been design manager for decorative jobber products.
1 11502004 DRILL, HSS, 2MM, TWIST, PARALLEL SHANK, JOBBER SERIES, IS 5101 / 1969 200
A number of colors are strong in today's jobber market, said Bob McKinnon, president and chief executive of Valdese.