erectors

All Noun
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  • Two of these stages and erectors worked in each tunnel at different points. Cited from Transactions of the A.S.C.E., Paper No. 1159, by Brace, Mason, Woodard
  • The tunnel was attacked from so many points that these erectors could not be moved from working to working. Cited from Transactions of the A.S.C.E., Paper No. 1159, by Brace, Mason, Woodard
  • Is it known who were the erectors of these Buildings? Cited from A Catechism of Familiar Things, by Benziger Brothers
  • Team of steel erectors has been redeployed to the new construction activity in a small town where the steel mill was being built.
  • They are said to be descended from the erectors of the standing stones.
  • The company, founded by his father, was one of the largest manufacturers and erectors of steel tanks in the world.
  • As it turned out, the cost was not greater than for those erected by machinery, taking into account the cost of erectors and power. Cited from Transactions of the A.S.C.E., Paper No. 1159, by Brace, Mason, Woodard
  • In Cornwall at that time there were a number of engine erectors competing with each other, each with different technical methods of achieving the same ends.
  • A steel detailer is a person who produces detailed drawings for steel fabricators and steel erectors.
  • The National Erectors' Association was not unaware of who was responsible for the bombings.
  • In 1800 he was still doing engineering work for his former employers, who were beset with manufacturing problems and a shortage of engine-erectors.
  • Building, I am told, is the King's favourite study; I hope our architects will not be taken from the erectors of turnpikes. Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole v3, Horace Walpole
  • The erectors spinae muscles are also supporting and are useful for balance.
  • Eric Baldwin and Mark Baldwin both of Wigan were steel erectors during construction.
  • RAF Stenigot (picture below) in Lincolnshire has another, almost complete tower, less its top platforms and used for training aerial erectors.
  • Each Arrow battery is equipped with typically four to eight erectors-launchers, its manning requires about 100 personnel.
  • The company was originally composed of contracting engineers, fabricators and erectors.
  • The contractors planned to erect the iron lining with erectors of the same pattern as that used on the shield under the river, mounted on a traveling stage. Cited from Transactions of the A.S.C.E., Paper No. 1159, by Brace, Mason, Woodard
  • The primary goal of the National Erectors' Association was to promote the open shop and assist employers in breaking unions in their respective industries.
  • Shortly after this, he formed his own punk rock band, The Nipple Erectors, later renamed "The Nips".
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