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crane

large, gray, brown and white, long-legged, long-necked birds, with a loud raucous call. Includes Ballearica spp. (e.g. B. pavonina, the eastern crowned crane), grus, Bugeranus spp. and Anthropoides spp. (e.g. A. virgo, the desmoiselle crane).
References in classic literature ?
Look here," said Crane, planting himself in front of him, "can you tell me anything about this business?
It is odd that you should say that," Crane went on.
Do you mean to say," asked Crane, quickly, "that there really was a well?
But how did it happen," demanded Crane, "that for the first time Bulmer fell in at that particular spot?
VarioBase allows each crane support to be extended to arbitrary lengths.
The crane, set up at a construction site near the Gangseo District Office, suddenly collapsed at around 9:40 a.
According to Liebherr, t is the first such mobile construction crane in Sweden.
In 2015, Barnhart purchased Sicklesteel Cranes, which included multiple mobile crane and rigging entities, as well as Pacific Tower Crane and Pacific Lift Equipment.
In addition to acquiring the core fleet of crawler cranes, Maxim Crane Works has acquired additional branch facilities in Alabaster, AL; Kansas City, KS; Arcola, TX; Tampa, FL; and the Seattle, WA area.
15 September 2016 - US-based crane rental company Maxim Crane Works, LP has expanded into five new locations and acquired the former core fleet of crawler cranes of Texas, US-based Essex Crane Rental Corp, the company said.
The advantage of using davit cranes is very clear and very economical as davit cranes can perform the same tasks as many other more-expensive methods.
Among other measures, the updated rules bar from City streets the type of crane configuration involved in the collapse.