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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of forklift.


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  • These guys said that servers get "forklifted" every 18 months or so, and when that happens they would install the new gear at the new colo and bring the new site up before moving out of the other one.

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  • For what it's worth, as an IT guy myself, I've been part of what our organization called the "forklift project" where we disconnected network and mains power from everything in a rack, shrink-wrapped it, forklifted it into a truck, drove it to a new facility 30 miles away, forklifted it into position, plugged everything back into the duplicated infrastructure, and powered it all up.

    Gotta move on (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Snark Palin continued her campaign against first lady Michelle Obama's campaign to keep the nation's youth from becoming bedridden obese people who have to be forklifted out of their houses to make doctor's appointments.

    Sarah Palin's 'sarcas-ka'

  • And it's only been a year since Americans watched downed and dying cows waterboarded and forklifted to slaughter for the school lunch program at Hallmark Meat Company in Chino, CA.

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  • Very limited focus has been placed on the care and respect -- in life, and in death -- of these sentient beings who spend their lives on feed lots, only to wind up being forklifted to a bitter end.

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  • On my Huffington Post page several months back, after images of downer cows being forklifted to the slaughter floor hit the news, I talked about a local, natural beef purveyor a few miles down the road from me in bucolic Connecticut; when I went on their website, I stopped when I read the line "our beef is processed in a USDA-approved plant."

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  • Volunteers pulled down an eight-foot statue of the Plain Texas Talker, draped a noose around its neck and forklifted it into a Dumpster.


  • Maybe if I called the flight attendant she could have him forklifted.

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  • I really needed to be forklifted back to my place – this was just too much food for us, on top of 5 different wines.

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  • I won't be done until the day I have to be forklifted out of my bed just to go to the bathroom. *beep* *beep* *beep* Dylan coming through.

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