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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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Acquisition of two grooming machines, one with a winch and recovery winch groomer (2000).
21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Brian Winch will celebrate 35 years of operating his eco-friendly home-based business, Winch Enterprises in 2016.
The winch brake uses innovative hanging brake pedals.
The winch on the 30ft-long Ronan Orla which Gareth Jones, 36, was sailing alone had not been fitted with the safety devices required by UK legislation, the report by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) said.
The HydroGuide HG375 winch has a solid dual-capstan design driven by a dual-speed radial piston motor, powered by a 21.
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, 63, of Albert Street, Edinburgh, admitted five charges relating to the sexual abuse of children aged as young as four.
Diameters of sheets and halyards are reducing, thanks to Dyneema cored lines and we are increasingly being asked for high performance lines that won't melt under high winch speeds," he explains.
Winch (educational philosophy and policy, Kings College) presents a detailed philosophical examination of the nature of expertise and vocational knowledge.
com)-- Business owner Brian Winch has been cleaning up for nearly 30 years.
Crewmen, the M88A2's main winch has two sets of limit switches.
For some boat owners, an electric winch is a suitable alternative.