|somebody who manages backstage||stage manager|
|acolyte, assistant at Mass, file server, food utensil, person or thing that serves; player who puts the ball into play (Sports); serving utensils (such as a spatula); waiter; computer which manages network resources and provides services to client comp...||server|
|act of managing or supervising; person or group of people that manages a business or other enterprise; ability to manage or supervise, managerial skill, administration of business, handling of something successfully, managers as a group, skill in handl...||management|
|be a pimp, man soliciting for prostitutes, manage a prostitution business, one who manages a prostitution business; informer, snitch, stool pigeon||pimp|
|business head of an opera or ballet company, entertainer, entertainment manager, one who organizes and manages public entertainments||impresario|
|control mechanism, controlling official, person or thing that manages, person or thing that controls; mechanical device that adjusts or controls according to specific regulations, regulator gene, very accurate timepiece||regulator|
|controlling device, financial supervisor, inspector, supervisor; one who is in control; hardware device that manages a particular physical device (Computers), somebody who controls or organizes something||controller|
|elder priest, member of the council of elders which manages church affairs||presbyter|
|female prosecutor, person who files a legal action; prosecuting female attorney, female attorney who manages the accusing side of a legal trial||prosecutrix|
|financial expert; person who manages large amounts of money (privately or corporately), somebody skilled in finance||financier|
|General Services Administration; independent United States government agency established in 1949 (manages federal property, records, construction, etc.), Girl Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of America; organization of girls in the United States||GSA|
|groove for thing to slide in; backstage place, side scenery||coulisse|
|homemaker, married woman who manages her home full time (as opposed to working full-time outside the home), woman managing a household||housewife|
|hotel keeper, one who manages or owns a hotel, hotel proprietor, hotelkeeper||hotelier|
|housewife or househusband, one who manages a home||homemaker|
|independent United States government agency established in 1949 (manages federal property, records, construction, etc.)||GSA (General Services Administration)|
|initiator of legal proceedings, plaintiff, person who files a legal action; prosecuting attorney, attorney who manages the accusing side of a legal trial||prosecutor|
|innkeeper, one who owns or manages a tavern||taverner|
|Israeli company that manages trust funds, peripheral interface adaptor||PIA|
|library worker, person who is trained to work in a library; person who manages a library||librarian|
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