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- n. A person or company engaged in the haulage of goods.
- n. A miner who hauls coal from the coalface to the bottom of the shaft.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a haulage contractor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a haulage contractor
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But Peter Carroll, a former haulier leading the FairFuelUK campaign group, said the move might be enough to buy off truckers agitating for fuel blockades.
He was told they were empty - simply because the haulier who handed them over, unmarked and undocumented, had said so.
If this haulier doesn't have the moolah, shouldn't Lord James come up with someone else?
No, we must conclude that Lord James of Blackheath, the Tory peer who raised the possibility in the House of Lords a few weeks back, took the former haulier to see a cabinet minister and who told us that it was all cast iron, was duped.
Jean-Paul Grard, president of the UPR truckers' association, told a press conference, that the government had to do something to ensure that French haulier companies survived in business.
` We've got a few names: an Essex-based haulier, a Turkish gang in Rotterdam ... '
Only two out of 27 vehicles owned by haulier KGB Holdings passed roadworthy tests ordered by Gauteng transport MEC Khabisi Mosunkutu on Wednesday after a KwaZulu-Natal vehicle testing station owned by the same company declared them roadworthy.
The stone-haulier's tools are simple and can often be manufactured locally.
However, where tractors, cranes, elevators, lorries, etc. are not available, or where such mechanised methods prove too costly or poorly adapted to local conditions, the techniques of the stone-haulier are called upon.
In many quarries, the know-how of the stone-haulier has been replaced by mechanised techniques.