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A general term referring to a vertically stepped progression or appearance
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The 35-year-old carved out a piece of PBA history by becoming the first player from Bahrain - or any other Middle East country for that matter - to qualify for an ESPN-televised stepladder final.
The authority said there was a structured course on how to use the ladder, and Mr Gower-Smith had signed an induction training sheet in October 2002 when he started the job to show he had received training in the safe use of stepladders.
Don't climb higher than the second step from the top on a stepladder or the third from the top on a straight ladder.
When buying a stepladder, opt for a lightweight aluminium one with a small platform and a handrail at the top, which enables you to hang on when working on the top rungs.
You should never go higher than the second step from the top of a stepladder and never higher than the third rung from the top of a straight ladder.
Since I didn't see anybody in the front of The Yup's house, I grabbed my stepladder and my other equipment from the bed of my truck and ran around to the backyard.
Anyone with a domestic aluminium stepladder branded Abru, Arrow or Homebase, or a Blue Seal professional aluminium stepladder, bought after July 11, 2005, should contact customer services.
So, whether you're standing on a stepladder to change a light bulb in the living room or on an extension ladder to clean out the gutters, a few precautions can keep you safe around the home."
Bocca danced a writhing solo with a stepladder and a duet with Cecilia Figaredo in which the two dancers, topless, threw each other around the stage.
For its first place effort, Pacific Northwest Painters was presented with a 2004 Dodge Sprinter cargo van from Hartzheim Dodge, a SprayTech EPX 2305 airless sprayer and a Werner six-foot stepladder
It is almost impossible to work from a single stepladder.