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ditcher

[′dich·ər]
(mechanical engineering)

ditcher, ditching machine

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The Wolverine Extreme Rotary Ditcher will continue to be available at existing dealers as well as being available at all Elmer's dealers.
the two-time Cy Young winner and 1968 American League MVP; Tampa Bay Rays Ditcher and Boston native Alex Cobb: and fellow former big leaguers Darrell Evans.
And Jemma Ditcher, 19, of Oswestry, was another to seize the chance of a full-time role following a stint as a Christmas temp.
Ditcher (1996), Hulme and Mosley (1996a), and Montgomery (1996) report that microfinance institutions do not serve the poorest who are either not given loans or drop out of the credit schemes.The declared objective of targeting women as recipients of funds is to empower them (Khandker 1998 and Rahman 1999).
The holistic view emphasizes that store image is defined not as a composite of dimensions, but instead as the total impression a store makes on its customers' minds (Ditcher,1985).
In one scene, after Ben Nealy tells Dagny that "muscles" are all it takes to build anything, Ellis Wyatt arrives and tells Nealy's men that they had better move their supplies to avoid a rock slide--then, he tells them to protect the water tank from freezing at night--next, to check on a wiring system that is showing defects--and finally, that they will need a new ditcher. Nealy scowls that Wyatt is a "snooty show-off" who keeps "hanging around as if nobody knew their business but him." Dagny then must spend two exhausting hours explaining basic procedures to Nealy, and she insists that he have someone there taking notes (p.
For trenching, the ditcher is a timely and effective piece of equipment used for pipeline trenching but it has many constraints concerning the required trench size and soil conditions.
Therefore, after formulating a company's strategy, management must make designing the structure its next priority for strategy can only be implemented through organizational structure (Shertzer, 2002; Ditcher, 1997; Feghhi Farahmand, 2000).
(55.) Agranat-Meged A, Ditcher C, Goldzweig G, Leibenson L, Stein M, Galili-Weisstub E.
Part of the scheme, the Fenton Floodplains Project, enlisted the help of the RSPB's giant American big wheel rotary ditcher to carve out new habitats.
Ditcher (1985) regarded brand image as describing not individual traits of the product, but the total impression in the minds of the consumers.