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a framework erected over an oil well to allow drill tubes to be raised and lowered

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a simple crane having lifting tackle slung from a boom

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Sister-in-law Mary Anderson explained to FOX59 that Derrick didn't want to shoot his brother, but that Demond "broke in our house a few times, I don't know how many times.
CST maintains a fleet of Derrick equipment for sale and rental out of their Bakersfield, CA, location.
The good-humoured couple met 65 years ago in Eston Hospital after Winsome had been admitted with rheumatic fever and Derrick was suffering from a severe stomach ulcer.
Within two hours of handing over our evidence to police, railway engineer Derrick, 36, was arrested.
Prosecutor Helen Hall asked for the matter to be transferred to the upper court and that Derrick be remanded in custody.
But DERRICK, 87, passed away three WEEKs before the presentation, unaware of their success.
com)-- Derrick Strauss of Littleton, Colorado, trained for and completed the 25th annual Triple Bypass road ride on July 13, 2013.
The Corner Pocket Jazz Club will be presenting its usual monthly session, this time featuring trombonist Andy Derrick and his quartet.
Grandad-of-three Derrick Smelt, aged 66, was diagnosed with deadly mesothelioma last year but believes he may have come into contact with the lethal dust whilst working at Parkinson Cowan Ltd, in Birmingham.
Stanford senior Chris Derrick trimmed his usual conference workload by 17 1/2 laps at the Pac-12 track and field championships at Hayward Field last weekend.
Released throughout this month, the videos follow Derrick - a man in a rabbit suit, but with a straight voiceover - as he talks of preparing for the biggest races of his life during the Classic.
Brave Derrick Duncan, 37, lived to see little Anna reach four, despite being told he had the most advanced stage of terminal cancer when she was two weeks old.
In 1937, Australian researcher Edward Derrick reported a disease that affected workers in slaughterhouses.
When 19-year-old Alissa Derrick of the Wetsuweten First Nation in Smithers, B.
AIR traffic controller Sarah Derrick will be climbing three of Britain's highest mountain's to raise money for a charity which cared for her father before he died of skin cancer.