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grab

Tools a mechanical device for gripping objects, esp the hinged jaws of a mechanical excavator
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

grab

[grab]
(engineering)
An instrument for extricating broken boring tools from a borehole.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Aside from the existing voluntary commitments, the PCC is planning to clamp down on Grab's price surges and driver discrimination resulting from booking cancellations.
Grab and Splyt already enable international travellers to book Grab rides across 336 cities in eight Southeast Asian countries through their preferred apps.
" I ask Cu how Grab managed to view the Metro Manila traffic situation as an opportunity.
Palanca's Grab car, a black Toyota Avanza with plate number DAE 3053, also went missing.
Since then, Grab Malaysia's latest Facebook post has received hundreds of comments on its safety measures, calling for the e-hailing ride to provide better security measures to protect its drivers.
Those who came to grab land were outsiders and not locals in the area."
Grab bars are commonly installed at toilets, showers and bath tubs but can be used anywhere in your home to provide support.
Softbank's Vision Fund is a major investor in both OYO and Grab.
The investment by Grab is part of the $1 billion fund raise OYO announced in September in a bid to grow its business in India and China, and expand into new international markets.
Grab said the fresh capital would go toward expanding the company's range of services in Southeast Asia.
Grab will merge Uber's ridesharing and food delivery business in the region into Grab's present multi-modal transportation and fintech platform.