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hoist

noun burglary, felonious taking, fraudulent taking, larceny, misappropriation, pilferage, pilfering, robbery, stealing, swindling, theft, thievery, wrongful taking
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Winch Pharma has one key asset, being a formal one year (extendable to three) contract to supply the NHSSC with non-alcohol hand sanitising products, plus certain other surface disinfection products, all under the Athenian brand.
The JP Warrior Winch also has full float heavy-duty planetary gearing for fast and fluid operation.
The MAIB said that Mr Jones had become entangled on the starboard warping drum of the winch as he attempted to recover his dredge gear on board on the morning of March 30, 2014, three miles north-east of Port Dinllaen in North Wales.
When you're finished with recovery operations, be sure to leave a little slack in the winch cable.
Winch, a bronze medallist in the triples at the Delhi 2010, bowed out at the quarter-nal stage of the fours on Saturday, England's trio being beaten by South Africa in the nal end.
Winch seems to capture such moments for the same reason many poets revel in nature -- because they are life.
Winch, 63, of Albert Street, Edinburgh, admitted five charges relating to the sexual abuse of children aged as young as four.
This can also be a particularly good time to fit some new line organisers and some single-pulley Spinlock winch feeders, that I often find especially handy while racing.
Winch injuries occurred throughout the year, with no notable seasonal pattern.
Anyway, had my uncle installed a winch on the front of that Blazer, the story might not have become such a notorious piece of family history.
SPECIALIST offshore winch manufacturer ACE Winches of Banff in north-east Scotland had to go back almost to first principles for the design of a replacement winch to lift the mooring lines for the floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Anasuria.
For some boat owners, an electric winch is a suitable alternative.