Attendant may refer to:
- Car attendant, a railroad employee
- Flight attendant, flight crew employed to ensure the safety and comfort of the passengers
- Museum attendant
- Toilet attendant, maintains standards in a toilet and collects any usage fees
- Parking attendant
- Sports attendance
- The operator of a telephone Attendant console
Other articles related to "attendant, attendants":
... Empire Attendant was a 8,441 GRT passenger ship built in 1921 by Barclay, Curle Co ... Rebuilt as a cargo ship for MoWT and renamed Empire Attendant, managed by Andrew Weir Co Ltd (Bank Line) ...
... with the titles inji and sannō, are Japanese terms used in reference to the personal attendant of a monastery's abbot or teacher in Zen Buddhism ... a master of a large monastery had two attendants, but by the Yüan period the number of attendants had increased to five an incense attendant, a secretary attendant, a guest attendant, a robe attendant ...
... Utada Teruzane?, born July 21, 1948) is a Japanese music executive producer and attendant ... He married Junko Utada (Keiko Fuji) and worked as her attendant ... He is currently his daughter's attendant ...
... Aya Ueto - Youko Misaki (Flight Attendant Trainee) Ryo Nishikido - Shota Nakahara (Flight Engineer) Maya Miki - Tamaki Mikami (Flight Attandent Trainee Instructor) Saki Aibu - Yayoi Wakamura (Fligh ...
... Empire Attendant was entirely reconstructed ... Empire Attendant took part in a number of convoys during the war ... HX 97 Empire Attendant was due to have been a member of Convoy HX 97, but did not sail with the convoy ...
Famous quotes containing the word attendant:
“Soon, with a noise like tambourines,
Came her attendant Byzantines.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Every human being has, like Socrates, an attendant spirit; and wise are they who obey its signals. If it does not always tell us what to do, it always cautions us what not to do.”
—Lydia M. Child (18021880)
“Some fluctuating notions concerning repentance, virtue, honor, morality ... hovered around Lady Dellwyns thoughts but were too wavering to bring her to any fixed determination. She became a constant attendant from one public place to another, where she met with many mortifications. But yet even these were not quite so dreadful to her as to retire and be subjected to her own company alone.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)