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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Wed literally have to abseil down the blades or manually inspect them from a cherry picker.
Tanfield said that the worldwide order book for its Snorkel-branded cherry pickers had shot up by almost 300% in the year to the end of December.
There are many definitions and descriptions of cherry pickers that have been compiled by various researchers (Fox & Hoch, 2008, Gauri, Sudhira & Talukdar, 2005, Levy & Weitz, 2009), but to give a summary of these descriptions, cherry pickers are purchasers who examine the different proposals of several retailers and pick out the best over one or more days.
Platform Sales currently have a wide range of used lifting equipment including a selection of cherry pickers and scissor lifts in stock, and can usually source any platform a company requires.
ELEVEN MACHINES HAVE BEEN STOLEN IN RAIDS USING DIGGERS AND CHERRY PICKERS
Harpist Rachael Gladwin, 24,will perform from a cherry picker platform 40ft above the ground.
How long before Fireman Sam turns up with his cherry picker - "pounds 1,000 or Snookems sleeps with the pigeons.
He said a big thank you to RAN Tool Hire, of Barry, which loaned the cherry picker, and CDS Integrated Security Systems, of Pontypridd, who helped install the illuminations and thanked all the firms that offered cherry pickers, saying: 'Without your generosity, High Street's lights would not have been possible.
Workers Juan Rubio and Javier Lopez dangled 40 feet up in the air in cherry pickers.
The Stockton-based company has come up with a new design of tyre covers, or "socks", to overcome an age-old problem with aerial lift machines - also know as cherry pickers - leaving marks on floors when working indoors.
That's why we are discussing cherry pickers in the first place.
One of the reasons for that is the dollar store's strong appeal to cherry pickers, according to a recent study by Wharton School of Business marketing professor Stephen Hoch and Edward Fox, a marketing professor at Southern Methodist University's Cox School of Business.