fieldman

fieldman
\\ˈfē(ə)l(d)mən, -ˌman, -ˌmaa(ə)n\ noun (plural fieldmen)
: one that works in the field: as
a. : a traveling representative of a business organization (as a man who negotiates with farmers for the raising of crops under contract for a food-processing company)
b. : an investigator or advisor who works outdoors or away from the center of administration or activity (as a man who conducts educational programs for milk producers in an assigned territory)

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