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straddle

1. Athletics a high-jumping technique in which the body is parallel with the bar and the legs straddle it at the highest point of the jump
2. (in poker) the stake put up after the ante in poker by the second player after the dealer
3. Irish a wooden frame placed on a horse's back to which panniers are attached
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10 Technique: Straddle gap-side leg of C with toes at a depth of four yards.
A straddle stacker, on the other hand, can work in much narrower aisles, but needs to be able to slide its outriggers under the racks.
Based on geographical segmentation, Technavio market researchers categorize the global straddle carrier market into the following key regions: the Americas, APAC, and EMEA.
1092) govern certain aspects of the timing and character of income or loss recognized through straddle transactions.
Analyzing the two groups it can be observed the use of elements from the Straddle jump/ leap, Cossack jump.
Women are allowed to straddle motorbikes if they are driving, as long as they are dressed "in a Muslim way", Yahya said.
A taxpayer may elect to treat any gain or loss attributable to any foreign currency derivative that is not part of a straddle (defined in IRC section 1092[c]) as capital gain or loss if the foreign currency derivative is a capital asset in the hands of the taxpayer (IRC section 988[a][1][B]).
A brand new Combilift straddle carrier, the first to be implemented in North East Scotland, went into operation recently at Ferguson Modular.
Southern Union Company announced that its Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company subsidiary has signed a straddle agreement with Next Generation Processing, LLC (NGP).
Intended for indoor or outdoor use, the mobile, telescopic mast straddle crane carries loads up to 50,000 pounds--including gen-packs and 20-foot shipping containers--through a 12 x 12 foot overhead door opening.