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swamper

n. a helper or assistant, especially an assistant in food service or in trucking. (Very old.) This guy and his swamper showed up to deliver the stuff, but neither one of them would touch it.
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Tina Turner, Rod Stewart and Sir Tom Jones are among the many artists to be backed by the Swampers
The FAME recording studios in Florence, Tennessee, where the Swampers first played
Two swampers, who cut brush to make path to get tree out of the yard.
The swampers who lived within the Okefenokee until the early 20th century learned to find their way around by studying the thickness of tree bark.
The sought after "Muscle Shoals Sound" was initially created at FAME studios with its original house band, and later the Swampers, under visionary producer Rick Hall.
The Muscle Shoals sound continued to thrive when The Swampers left FAME to open the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and went on to produce, The Rolling Stones', "Brown Sugar," Paul Simon's "Kodachrome," Bob Seger's, "Old Time Rock and Roll," and countless other iconic hits.
Years after watching the first Swampers video on VHS titled The Nor' Easter, my dreams of hunting the Atlantic Coast for sea ducks appeared to be coming true.
The English translation of the Sodra Karr's Web site URL is "The South Swampers Now," since the Swedish word "NU" means "NOW" in English.
Mike Figlia's swamper refers to his own "tapeworm" to explain his insatiable appetite, which also corresponds to the parasitical behavior of the produce marketplace (115).
Word from the field is that Super Swamper tires are still showing up on HMMWVs.