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  • n. Plural form of earthmover.


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  • Take Caterpillar, the maker of big tractors and giant earthmovers.

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  • In a slower-growth global economy, or a world in which China will no longer be able to afford to build empty cities, the world will need a lot fewer earthmovers.

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  • Helicopters are ferrying rescue workers and emergency supplies, while paramilitary troops use earthmovers to clear landslides on highways linking the region to the rest of India.

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  • Residents at the scene, where several bulldozers and earthmovers pawed through the rubble searching for any other bodies, maintained there were no military targets in the area.

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  • SCOTT SIMON, host: In Haiti, giant earthmovers are tearing away at the rubble from last month's devastating earthquake.

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  • At Mechanical Devices, which supplies parts for earthmovers and other heavy equipment to manufacturers such as Caterpillar Inc., part owner

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  • Even as the earthmovers tore the last contorted chunks of rebar and concrete from the ruined pit, Qana already was history, a ready-made icon of martyrdom and victimhood.

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  • Undaunted, Hezbollah dispatched engineers and earthmovers to the Litani River.

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  • After hours of noise and scrambling the rescue crews and their earthmovers ceased, and quiet fell over the dazed town.

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  • The company made no secret of its intention to save money by using the same fleet of earthmovers for the underground boring of the tunnels and the open-air excavation of the riverbed.



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