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The state Highway Department uses herbicides along guardrails and barriers in high-speed and high-traffic areas - places where using mechanical equipment, such as weed whackers, would be unsafe for workers.
A tense stand-off involving 36 Republican prisoners was defused on Tuesday evening after which Whacker, 34, is believed to have had an unprecedented visit with prison cronies.
Another rolled up some excess trimmed-off by a weed whacker and packed it under the window.
And there is one star from Fair City - Aisling O'Neill - who plays Louise, the girlfriend of gang leader Whacker.
These customers are concentrated in manufacturing, distribution and services industries and include Anchor Concrete, Broder Brothers, Blanchard Training, Good Source, Power Technologies, Professional's Choice, Time Warner, Westech Engineering and Water, and Whacker Chemie.
They spend about 20 minutes at each site, and half that time using a blower and a weed whacker.
Customers include Blanchard Training, Whacker Chemie, Anchor Concrete, Time Warner, Good Source, Broder Brothers, Professional's Choice, Westech Engineering and Water and Power Technologies.
Customers include Blanchard Training, Whacker Chemie Gmbh, Anchor Concrete, Time Warner, Good Source, Broder Bros.
Driver Perry Whacker, 33, also from Rotterdam, is being held on suspicion of manslaughter.
Maybe the yard needs landscaping but you can't tell a weeping willow from a weed whacker.
Sforza placed the Weed Whacker along the road, walked toward his house with his ``friend,'' and, for reasons investigators are still trying to fathom, the killer shot Sforza once in the head at close range, killing him instantly.