spiderman


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spiderman

(ˈspaɪdəˌmæn)
n, pl -men
1. (Building) chiefly Brit a person who erects the steel structure of a building
2. (Building) another name for a steeplejack
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The game seems set to give us a new look at Spiderman with new ground for the character being broken.
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But when he turned up to collect the 13ftx13ft inflatable Spiderman there was no sign of the customer or bouncy castle.
Paul Smith, who hires out bouncy castles as part of his Bedworth-based company Divine Rhythm Entertainments, had his Spiderman 13ft x 13ft version snatched last Friday.
Open to everyone who would like to watch Spiderman in action, attendees will be assembled at the foot of the Tower where they will be treated to a clear view of Alain scaling the meandering building through cameras and TVs live broadcasting his stunt along with a huge spotlight deployed on him.
THOUSANDS of children's Spiderman costumes have been recalled after batteries in a little boy's outfit appeared to explode.