stepladder


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stepladder

A ladder having flat steps, or treads, in place of rungs; usually provided with a supporting frame to steady it.
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The graded B Division brought out an unexpected result with a qualifier from the Desperado Squad and fourth seed for the stepladder finals conquering the higher seeds to clinch the top honour in this division.
"I placed him on a stepladder and with other supporters carried him at a run into the gymnasium under the North Stand."
The brazen thieves even brought their own stepladders to break into The Venue in Holbrook Lane, Holbrooks, over the week-week end.
FAWAZ Abdulla kept Bahrain flag flying high by reaching the stepladder finals in the PBA Chameleon Bowling Championship at South Point Centre in Las Vegas.
After going past a wheelbarrow, stepladder and sand pit he disappeared behind a new building before running back to his jubilant team-mates at the corner of the pitch.
A PART-TIME school caretaker has won his damages action over injuries he suffered when he fell off a stepladder.
Most homeowners need a stepladder and a straight ladder (usually an extension ladder).
A SCHOOL caretaker who fell off a stepladder is suing for pounds 50,000 because he says he was not trained to use it.
A decent stepladder is particularly essential and you'll find yourself using it constantly, whether you're painting, wallpapering, doing general maintenance or even just cleaning off a cobweb.
Do not use a stepladder like a straight ladder (on two feet).
Three looked out the bedroom window and she said, "You're lucky you've got your stepladder in the back of your truck, or I might think you were just telling me there's a situation there so you can go fool around all day with your dumb friends.