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ditcher

[′dich·ər]
(mechanical engineering)

ditcher, ditching machine

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As the company celebrates its first year in business this month, they are taking on 19-year-old Steven Ditcher, Andrew's brother, as a plumbing apprentice.
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So it is vital to offer the consumers the products they demand by stocking a good range of leading variants within key brands," says Ditcher.
Through the introduction of highly successful products, such as the Max Strength range, Lemsip has played the key role in growing the cold flu category," says Ditcher.
Ditcher believes there are several key drivers behind the growth of OTC healthcare remedies.
In the last year, the Lemsip Max Strength range has almost doubled its sales compared with a year ago to more than 8m [pounds sterling] through grocery alone, says Ditcher.
Himfr's market analyst recognizes that ditcher (http://www.
Spicer axles, transmissions, and driveshafts are available for a variety of construction equipment, including front-end loaders, excavators, teleboom handlers, aerial work platforms, compactors and rollers, backhoe loaders, wheeled cranes, pavers, haulers, and ditchers and trenchers.
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She can tell you how they used to grease the `old Bowman' fence to slow the ditchers down.