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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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Main features: This is the purchase of a bucket truck mounted single cab chassis holder for the municipality of Petite-Ile.
The first responder told us, 'One of your people is stuck in a bucket truck.
Gary Kellaher, superintendent of the Rutland Department of Public Works, said the price of the bucket truck is $188,675, which would be "fully funded by the CIC grant,'' if it is approved.
So why are we telling you about our bucket truck experience?
The nurseryman and the host rode a bucket truck about 60 feet in the air to collect seeds from a historic tulip poplar planted by George Washington.
DALLAS -- Oncor is adding two new hybrid-powered bucket trucks to its fleet, coinciding with the launch of a new Web site, www.
The City of Homestead is requesting information on the capabilities of firms to provide one (1), AN55E-OC Over center Articulating Aerial Device with Material Handling (Insulated) Bucket Truck for the Electric Utilities Department.
The driver of the bucket truck, Ronald Manthe, 26, of Marlboro, and the driver and passenger of a tractor truck sustained minor injuries, Berlin Police Officer David Goulding said.
PECO recently announced it has been awarded a federal Clean Cities grant for more than $83,000 to support the production and testing of a prototype hybrid bucket truck in the Philadelphia region.
Tom Lapp, an Edison troubleshooter, was working swing shift that day and had just come on duty when he heard the call over his radio and rushed over with his bucket truck - a truck fitted with a long arm with a bucket-shape carrier for technicians mounted at the end.
Adams Electric Cooperative, headquartered in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, will be the first utility in the United States to own and operate a Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) bucket truck.
Tenders are invited for Project consists of the repair and maintenance of highway lighting and traffic signals in District 8; includes 4,000 hr journeyman electrician; 450 hour apprentice electrician; 30 hr pick-up truck; 1,300 hr bucket truck (length less than35 ft); 250 hour bucket truck (length 35-65 ft); 30 hour arrowboard (trailer mounted); 1,100 hr crash attenuator (truck mounted); 1,400 ft detector loop; 300 LED lamp module replacement.