earthmover


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earthmover

[′ərth‚müv·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine used to excavate, transport, or push earth.
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Michelin's most popular tire, tested on all truck brands, is designed for punishing environments where safety and performance is the goal," said Jamey Fish, director of earthmover marketing for Michelin North America.
New generations of more powerful loader models are the new normal on many construction and quarry sites," said Jamey Fish, director of earthmover marketing for Michelin North America.
Buzz Points said its merchant-funded loyalty program has been selected by Decatur Earthmover Credit Union (DECU).
The perpetrators later set ablaze earthmovers and tractor in the area.
Earthmover (14-1) turned the clock back when repeating his victory of six years ago in the Foxhunter.
It requires no special equipment and will fuel any diesel engine, from a massive earthmover to a sailboat to the diesel pickup that tows the sailboat, or a zippy new 50+ mpg Volkswagen.
While it's not much of an earthmover, the Nelson Cat Traveling Sprinkler does a fantastic job of watering your lawn.
Major weapon systems currently being supported at Anniston include the M1A1 Abrams main battle tank, M88 Retriever, and M9 Armored Combat Earthmover.
Earthmover is another who usually runs well at Cheltenham.
Although the Michelin Group's Earthmover division was only formed in 1996 through a major reorganisation of the company, its production of tyres for heavy earthmoving equipment goes as far back as 1959.
Informa Australia publishes Lloyd's List Daily Commercial News, Australian Journal of Mining, Earthmover & Civil Contractor, Public Works Engineering, Logistics Buyer and Australian Purchasing & Supply.