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an act of scaling by the use of ladders (especially the walls of a fortification)

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climb up and over

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As Sheboygan Cadillac focuses on moving its current inventory, many of the vehicles on the lot, including 2013 and 2014 Cadillac Escalades, are priced to sell.
Cavender Cadillac is the Place to Buy a New Cadillac Escalade in Texas
Soon-to-Open Luxury Hotel to Have One of Very First Cadillac Escalade Hybrids in DFW Metroplex
Navicom Offers Escalade Owners Special Pricing for Its GPS Tracking System That Works in 98% of the US, Canada and Mexico
DETROIT -- DETROIT, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- In General Motors' largest product placement effort ever, two of Cadillac's boldest products, the CTS sedan and Escalade EXT sport utility truck, will star in a spectacular car chase in Warner Bros.
General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, is recalling 1,402 Cadillac Escalades and Escalade ESVs.
These prices are up more than $3,700 from the starting retail prices of 2014 Escalades, which had a 403-horsepower V-8.
United States Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker, noted that Escalade Sports was selected for the "E" Award for Exports due to its sustained commitment to export expansion.
In addition to her association with the Murrey and Mosconi brands, Escalade and Lee will jointly develop a line of "Black Widow" billiard equipment and accessories.
which will become part of Escalade Sports, a wholly owned subsidiary of Escalade, Inc.
The DMI Sports indoor games business will become part of Escalade Sports, a wholly owned subsidiary of Escalade, Incorporated, one of America's leading manufacturers of table tennis, darting, billiards, game tables, basketball systems, archery and fitness products.
Escalade, Incorporated announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Escalade(R) Sports, has acquired substantially all the assets of ChildLife, Inc.
Frandsen joined Escalade in October 2002 as Vice President of Finance, a title he will retain.
Escalade, Incorporated announced that, Compared to 2002, net sales in the second quarter increased 55% to $49.