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Cherry Picker

In numismatics, a collector or dealer who looks through collections and buys only the rare or otherwise valuable coins. These coins may be valuable, but they are illiquid assets.
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Neither one of them had a two-man bucket truck so Garvin remained on the ground and used his truck's ground controls to maneuver the bucket beneath Helms while Bryant was inside his bucket, using the upper controls to reach Helms and give him instructions on what they were going to do.
He said the bucket truck "comes with training,'' and a regional forestry trailer equipped with a chipper is already available.
How many designers have ridden a bucket truck and actually installed their product?
Oncor's decision to add the hybrid-powered bucket trucks comes as a result of its participation in a 2006 trial of the hybrid trucks in the field, organized by the non-profit organization CALSTART (www.
As a Terex regional rental provider, Utility Fleet has already begun to add new Terex Hi-Ranger(TM) bucket trucks and Commander(TM) digger derricks to its existing rental fleet.
Officers found the bucket truck rolled over on its side and a damaged upright tractor truck without a trailer.
As part of a nationwide pilot program, PECO and sister utility ComEd in Chicago will be among the first utilities in the nation to test hybrid bucket trucks currently being manufactured in Illinois and Ohio.
The hybrid bucket truck has a stock diesel engine and stock transmission.
ComEd said it plans to place the hybrid bucket truck at the company's Chicago North Office later this year.
Since the lowest branch was about 30 feet above the ground, a large bucket truck would be needed to get Santamour in a position to reach the flowers.
PHI now has a mix of more than 80 alternative-fueled trucks, including a 42-foot hybrid electric bucket truck, and several hybrid cars and SUVs.
Contract award: provision of a bucket truck rail-road.