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hoist

noun burglary, felonious taking, fraudulent taking, larceny, misappropriation, pilferage, pilfering, robbery, stealing, swindling, theft, thievery, wrongful taking
See also: elevate
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Of course, if the hoist is intended for outdoor use, the whole issue of weatherproofing arises.
Over the past three years, Hoist Italia's portfolio under management has increased significantly, which in Fitch's view, ensures sustainability of the business.
Yorkshire Hoist director and owner Stewart Haigh said: "Adastra Access is an excellent business with ambitious growth plans and a strong management team.
A debt restructuring partner to international banks and financial institutions, Hoist Finance specialises in serving banks in handling non-performing loans.
Hoist Finance is a debt restructuring partner to international banks and financial institutions.
ELS was both happy and confident to recommend the JDN Profi 2TI air operated hoists to their customer as the logical replacement for their existing pair of manually operated chain hoists.
The utility said it only learned after the failure of the second motor hoist that incorporating the motor hoists installed by Advanced American into MWH's engineering design was "part of a systemic design error" because they couldn't "safely and reliably drive the roughly 200,000 pound roll gates on the Leaburg Dam facility without catastrophic failure," according to the lawsuit.
The hoist construction utilizes stainless steel for smaller exposed nuts and bolts together with valve heads, with grease packed covers fitted for larger fixings and wheel bearings.
The transaction supports Hoist Finance's long-term growth strategy in Italy supported by an established and proven platform.
Crews are using the hoist cable to drag the rocket pod.
Michael Powell, 53, suffocated when he attempted to hoist himself over his bed in January 2008 and was unable to call for help.