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jibbing

a vice in which the horse refuses to move forwards and may run backwards when in harness. Called also balking.
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Domenico Ciano, technical director, Raimondi Cranes, explains that the equilateral triangular jib design is a result of the company's aim to achieve structural optimisation in heavy lifting machinery and how its envisions its luffing cranes meeting the emerging needs of its customers.
As the flagship crane of the new luffing range, (it is) structurally optimised (and) this innovative layout allows for improved packaging and transportation, simplifies the construction phase, and reduces wind impact on the jib, thereby decreasing the out-of-service radius.
He went on: "Given the critical importance of not removing the central pin until the front of the fly jib is secured to the front of the boom arm, and the likely fatal consequences if this is not done, it is arguable that there ought to be some form of warning attached to the pin alerting anyone contemplating its removal not to do so without first checking that it is safe to do so.
Dave Gostick, a specialist mechanical engineering inspector at the Health and Safety Executive, told the inquiry Clark had not been provided with any training on how to move the fly jib on a Giraf crane.
Mr Shihadeh added that JIB will continue to achieve greater achievements in various fields and provide best banking services in compliance with provisions and principles of Islamic Sharia to meet the ambitions and aspirations of the bank's clients.
The new model tops out the existing Terex tower crane range of 14 CTL luffing jib models, offering a maximum capacity of 45 tonnes and equipped with a 65-metre jib.
Later, the Race Committee emailed the teams a different interpretation, saying an extra storm jib must be counted among the headsails.
7m) senior agented credit facility to US restaurants operator JIB Management Inc, a Jack in the Box and Denny's franchisee.
HUISMAN, the worldwide specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, successfully completed the installation and load testing of a Huisman designed and built 17 m super fly jib for one of the heavy lift mast cranes (HLMC) onboard BigLift Shipping's "Happy Buccaneer".
Verlinde is now busy servicing emerging territories in Africa and Pakistan and can report growing interest in the latest explosion proof and jib cranes.
Summary: Three people were killed and another seriously injured over the weekend in a one-car accident on the main road between the Western Bekaa villages of Jib Jennin and Ghazzeh.