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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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But Adnoc has also offered additional supplies of Murban crude to some lifters due to high inventories and possibly rising production, sources added.
Another ganging option is the joining of multiple lifter cores on a single lifter system.
Just as the hidden flowers of the impatiens provide the reproductive energy of the plant, the hidden gentleness of weight lifters is their true strength.
CENTRALISED LUBRICATION SYSTEM OF LIFTER EQUIPMENTS
Anytime you decide to lift an off-road vehicle, there's always more work to be done than just bolting on a lift kit and hitting the trails," said Scott Smith, President of High Lifter Products.
is hoping to have the Ziolek Lifter in full production and available to the public within the very near future.
I had really good competition all the way against Nathan, he's a really great lifter and I just managed to beat him on the day.
We believe in the new cyclonic action/filtration models that are out there as well as the new item from Bissell, the spot Lifter.
His dad, a weight lifter from Poland, set up weights in the family garage in Sayreville, New Jersey.
As a noncompetitive weight lifter, he had begun taking steroids nine months earlier to increase his muscle mass.
He uses it to move two sizes of octagonal redwood tubs, but the lifter could be sized to fit other pots, including clay.