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pickup

(pik′ŭp″)
A colloquial term for forceps.
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Mercedes-Benz pickup will target Europe, Australia, South Africa and Latin America
Pickups generally can be characterized by a resonant frequency and Q value.
It's true that the market for pickup trucks has been affected directly by the economic downturn.
With the new pickup, Isuzu wants to expand its share in the Thai market and outdo Toyota Motor Corp.
The new feature for LTL shipments provides customers visibility of the pickup process by confirming when a pickup is scheduled, informing them when the UPS Freight driver is en-route to the pickup location and notifying them when the pickup is made.
Not only does the Dialtone Pickup essentially eliminate the need to physically change a guitar's pickups to achieve drastic variations in tone, but it provides players with quick and easy access to the true tone of their guitar.
In celebration of Seymour Duncan's 35th anniversary as the premier builder of pickups for guitar and bass, just 35 of these remarkable numbered and signed, custom-crafted instruments will be offered for connoisseurs of tone.
This lack of relationship is particularly true for pickup trucks because there are few substitutes for their functionality, whereas SUV users might be better able to turn to a more fuel-efficient alternative if they felt inclined to do so.
We treat takeout like a separate business,'' says Mary Harrigan, co- owner of StoneFire Grill, where a large expanse of space in the restaurant is devoted to takeout, which has a separate entrance for pickup.
Pickup dates: Saturday and Sunday in Eugene, Junction City and Harrisburg areas.
Before UPS Smart Pickup, UPS would often arrive at a customer's location only to discover that the customer had no packages for pickup that day," said Chief Information Officer David Barnes.
Founder John Liptac is an avid guitarist who grew tired of swapping out and rewiring pickups in his search for the perfect tone decided to make one that would be infinitely adjustable on the guitar itself.