Gigantic crane


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(Zool.) See Adjutant, n., 3.

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The gigantic crane reportedly fell a few metres short of the intersection where the newly-built F-Ring Road joins the Airport Road, but luckily no vehicles were caught under it as it fell across all lanes on both directions of the singularly busy road.
No vehicles were caught under the gigantic crane as it fell onto the usually busy road, across all its lanes on both directions.
A gigantic crane being used by the construction crews can also be seen in the shots, with the first sections of bridge deck that will carry the road across the structure fanning out from the tower.
A breathtaking chase over, under, around and through a construction site includes some fancy stuff on a gigantic crane worthy of Jackie Chan at his most agile and death-defying.
Each gigantic crane has a 460ft span and can lift 840 tonnes.
There was a gigantic crane in place and lots of big, burly security men about.
These gigantic cranes operate in a small number of stations around the world, and are used to handle the largest freight ships at ports.
Huge glass skyscrapers glisten in the sweltering sun and gigantic cranes rise into the skyline on virtually every square mile of land, as more of the city is developed.
Winds of 135mph lifted shipping containers in the air, toppled gigantic cranes and flipped an evacuated cruise ship on its side.
With winds of 135 mph, the typhoon was so powerful that it lifted shipping containers in the air, toppled gigantic cranes and flipped an evacuated cruise ship on its side in Busan.
And you can glide past the Reichstag, Hitler's headquarters which is now being converted into the new centre of government, the Berlin Cathedral, the high- rise blocks of East Germany beyond the Wall, and the gigantic cranes on the construction sites rebuilding the city following the West's reunification with the East.