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controller -- as in: hire a new controller
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • The controller’s initial response was a babbling, lame attempt to protect the privacy of their British client—one of the airfield’s most respected customers.
  • Bourget Airfield’s night shift air traffic controller had been dozing before a blank radar screen when the captain of the Judicial Police practically broke down his door.
  • Fache motioned to another officer, who approached with handcuffs, and the traffic controller felt a surge of terror.
  • "Wait!" the controller heard himself whimper at the sight of the handcuffs.
  • The controller fumbled through his records.
  • The controller was vague.
  • At the French authorities’ request, Kent police had ordered the Biggin Hill air traffic controller to radio the Hawker’s pilot and order him directly to the terminal rather than to the client’s hangar.
  • I don’t know," the controller said honestly.

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  • The controller will give a full report and recommendations to the Board in March.
  • The gamers I’d seen the night before had fallen asleep on the couch with the controllers still in their hands.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory

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