removalist

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removalist

(rɪˈmuːvəlɪst)
n
Austral a person or company that transports household effects to a new home
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The builder has engaged licensed asbestos removalists and it is expected an asbestos removal plan will be submitted to WorkSafe for approval within days.
Cursing in her native tongue at two bawdy removalists, and throwing a box of homewares onto the street in a dramatic, almost childlike display of defiance, Maggie is immediately presented as volatile.
Generally, enforcement on private property is undertaken by EHOs from Queensland Health, and Workplace Health and Safety regulate licensed asbestos contractors or removalists (e.
The inventors said that the exoskeleton can also be used by people whose jobs require heavy lifting like warehouse workers, removalists and couriers.
Cheap Removalists Sydney helps you save time and money by doing the job more quickly and efficiently than you or another team could do it.
Our extensive holdings were scattered in five different locations around the campus, so the move involved detailed logistical planning and persuasive negotiations with the contracted removalists in order to ensure the records were brought together like a jigsaw puzzle and shelved finally in their correct order, and this took up a great deal of my time.
1) Context: Jeff and his dad are removalists from the township where Rain's grandma used to live.
When removalists were sent to prevent him from reclaiming his murals, Klimt is said to have held them off with a shotgun.
Those qualities have sustained her in a career that stretches back to "The Removalists," a 1975 Oz pic based on a David Williamson play.
Williamson first earned acclaim with The Removalists (1972; film, 1974), an absurdist look at authority, violence, and sexuality; and Don's Party (1973; film, 1976), about a group of frustrated former radicals.
Ms Grace was joined by Asbestos Awareness Ambassador and rugby league legend Trevor Gillmeister as professional asbestos removalists and tradies worked together to remove asbestos from the familys home.
His first three full-length plays --The Coming of Stork (1970), made as Stork (Tim Burstall, 1971); The Removalists (1971), made as The Removalists (Tom Jeffrey, 1975); and Don's Party (1971), made as Don's Party (Bruce Beresford, 1976) had all been successfully adapted for the big screen.