cranage


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cranage

(ˈkreɪnɪdʒ)
n
1. (Commerce) the use of a crane
2. (Commerce) a fee charged for such use
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It will also team up with local company Ambau to utilise cranage and storage area.
And as the Vicarage, in Cranage just outside Holmes Chapel, is less than an hour from Manchester, let's face it - even if it's not winter it will probably be raining.
TRIBUTES have been paid to former Birmingham Post business journalist John Cranage, who has died at the age of 68 after suffering a stroke.
TRIBUTES have been paid to former Birmingham Mail business journalist John Cranage, who has died at the age of 68 after suffering a stroke.
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For the adults in Class A, it was Melinda Cranage who proved that getting the best dressage score is not always a certainty to winning Twixstead.
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has allowed the Manila Port operator to charge cranage fees effective January 28, but granted sharply lower rates than proposed.
The former conservatory business boss, 48, would meet Ms Lee, 54, for secret trysts near her cattery business at Cranage, Cheshire.
Available with electric, LPG or diesel motors, the platforms are designed for use inside buildings or externally, and are particularly suitable for situations where cranage is not available, access is restricted or fork lift trucks cause safety problems.
Sharpe's barrister Ruth Cranage urged Judge Benson to suspend any prison sentence so that Sharpe could undertake treatment provided by the Probation Service.