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heavy lifting

(1) Slang for difficult research and development (R&D). It may refer to challenging technical research for a new electronic product, or it may refer to the actual development of the product.

(2) Slang for intensive processing. For example, it may refer to computations such as decoding an HD video signal or to a particular part of a program that contains the most sophisticated logic.
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With a market hungry for cranes, the company has flourished since their inception, working to meet the seemingly insatiable demand for heavy lifting.
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Seaway Heavy Lifting s recently refurbished crane vessel Stanislav Yudin will execute the lifting and installation work.
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Since its inception, ThoughtWorks has focused exclusively on heavy lifting skills, which involves the architecture, development, analysis, complex integration, project management, and back-end technology skills necessary to undertake difficult and complex projects.