Cherry Picker

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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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As you might expect, the secondary stores take it on the chin from cherry pickers, because price-sensitive shoppers go to these stores to buy specific low-cost items and nothing else.
How long before Fireman Sam turns up with his cherry picker - "pounds 1,000 or Snookems sleeps with the pigeons.
Harpist Rachael Gladwin, 24,will perform from a cherry picker platform 40ft above the ground.
Yesterday's cherry pickers are today's gorillas, roaming further and doing more to save.
The two Western contracting parties for Su Hong and Su Lei are Cherry Pickers Ltd.
GOING UP: Cherry pickers at work with Haven Building & Maintenance Ltd
The company said that demand was outpacing supply as major rental businesses replaced their older cherry pickers and that second-half trading was in line with the first six months of the year, when turnover rose by 25% to pounds 24.
He spent up to six hours a day in the tallest of the cherry pickers around the course.
The so-called big rugby teams play to pathetic crowds, yet come Six Nations time all the cherry pickers come out of the woodwork to carry their inflatable daffodils and shout, 'Ogi ogi ogi.
We had our puppeteers up on cherry pickers working two stories high, trying to manipulate these things,'' Parker says, sighing.
The alternatives are to close the roads and use cherry pickers but this needs planning permission and can be time consuming.