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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Cherry pickers, the remaining 18 percent of the sample, shop at two or more grocery stores on the same day at least once each month.
Brian was prepared to fork out pounds 80 to hire the high-tech cherry picker.
The event in Duke Street was scrapped as the two unnamed men waited to be rescued by another cherry picker.
AFTER the efforts of 12 council workers, a team of gardeners, one policeman and a cherry picker, a dark street has finally seen the light.
The giant spruce, which comes from the Grizedale Forest in the Lake District, will be decorated by two people on a cherry picker with more than 2,400 lights and other decorations.
THE capital's first citizen donned a high-visibility vest and hard hat as she clambered aboard a cherry picker to removed the first slate tile from a chapel roof.
Removing shoes from telephone wires costs the council pounds 60 a time, for the rental of a cherry picker needed to safely reach them.
One week we have a picture of the Lord Mayor on a cherry picker hanging up the St George flag and telling us to support England in the World Cup, then next week headlines saying the council is telling its workers no flags allowed on council vehicles for health and safety.
The board-member recalled how McGlynn once climbed up on a cherry picker to clear out the stadium guttering.
They'll need a cherry picker to reach the top and will be left with 600 wheelbarrows of clippings.
CHERRY picker manufacturer Tanfield's order book has grown by a whopping 170% in the last six months.
Firefighters used the aerial appliance - a fire engine fitted with a cherry picker platform - to get access to the tree, cut off some branches and coax the animal down.