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lifter

[′lif·tər]
(mining engineering)
A shothole drilled near the floor when tunneling, and fired subsequent to the cut and relief holes.
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Lifter is resistant to race 1 of Fusarium wilt (caused by Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht.
For Ingersoll, the most important feature of the Tri Lifter was that the counterweight could be extended out to offset the weight of the panels.
Bissell may allocate more of its $20 million 1998 advertising budget to push the Spot Lifter as a holiday gift item in the fourth quarter.
Training with the ten other resident weight lifters helps Steve.
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Potential licensees in the bathroom accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize Portable Toilet Seat Lifter on a worldwide basis.
Anglesey lifter Gareth Evans took senior bronze in the 69kg class, while 17-year-old Jake Davies from Caldicot won Youth Gold in the 94kg class.
The lifter for heavy pipe and tube features nylon centering guides and oval rubber suction cups to prevent anything other than nylon or rubber from touching the load.
The MC3 is said to be a groundbreaking new fully self-contained lifter designed with the underground utility contractor in mind.
And while communication between the lifter and spotter is a polestar variable in all manual resistance movements, it takes on even more significance when it's applied to the neck region.