One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The troubleshooters in this world of network instability are in high demand, and earn $5,000 or more a day.’
- ‘A team of troubleshooters has been called into a York estate where nuisance youths have forced the community centre to shut up shop at night.’
- ‘But the notion of employing a civilian brigade of unarmed troubleshooters will hold little water with those who have experienced at first hand such ‘21st century crime’.’
- ‘A high-powered trio of troubleshooters is understood to have completed its under-wraps report on attempts to restore harmony at the deeply divided cathedral.’
- ‘Any that slip into the lowest category of ‘poor’ when the Comprehensive Performance Assessment tables are updated next year could see government troubleshooters sent in.’
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