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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While he successfully freed it, the cherrypicker shot upwards, trapping his head between the basket and another rail, and leaving him with a jaw broken in three places, a severe cut all the way through the right side of his cheek, as well as other cuts to his face and a bruised shoulder.
"Instead of having to lower someone down on a rope to a window on the seventh floor, or raise them up on a cherrypicker, you could send up the flying robot instead," he said.
Mertesacker, approximately the same height and build as an average cherrypicker, looked less comfortable.
"The fire brigade and engineers worked to free the cherrypicker so they could level the bridge and we could walk out."
So here's the abridged version: applied online, shocked when chosen at random, went to London, took a 3ft penguin, felt nervous, got on cherrypicker, got on plinth, made origami birds for hour, dropped them off plinth to children, parasol blew off plinth (nobody injured), got off plinth, wrote lots about experience and bored my friends.
While Magnet had previously used the Motorola DM6400 Cherrypicker application platform to deliver video to customers, Motorola said that the selection of the VIP1900 series fro in-premise deployment 'marks the introduction of Motorola set-tops to the Irish market'.
They start with the compact Smart as a 'follow me' car and progress to the Vito van serving as a crewbus, the Sprinter as the basis for a cherrypicker, the new Atego as a catering or sweeper vehicle, the big Actros as a tractor for a sweeper/blower unit, through to Unimog and Econic.
To that end, he bought a used truck from a local utility equipped with a cherrypicker that allows him to get up in the canopy of his trees to look for blight and prune as necessary.
The seeds were considered especially rare because they were gathered after the tree had to be hand-pollinated from a cherrypicker by an official from the National Arboretum.
Admiral Lord Nelson, the one-handled adulterer, was presented to the thronging populace on the platform of a 3-storey-high cherrypicker, and a bedeviled Joyce surrogate dangled in mid-air from a mammoth crane, in contortions mimicking Joyce's infamous spider-dance.
Terayon, too, has been in the stat-muxing hunt, fielding its CherryPicker 6400 unit, able to combine multiple HD streams on one channel.