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RIGGING meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
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Rigging material handling Wikipedia.
A Humvee is rigged for being airdropped at the Heavy Drop Rigging Facility near Pope Field at Fort Bragg, N.C. The rigging is the two frameworks, spreaders, wire ropes and related fittings used by the crane to pick up this submarine.
BALLOT RIGGING meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
See more results. Definition of ballot rigging from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's' Dictionary Thesaurus Cambridge University Press. Examples of ballot rigging. However, from the way it was conducted there could be ballot rigging in that place. Example from the Hansard archive.
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Rigging with a variety of typical rigging equipment including steels, roundslings and shackles. Calculating simple bridles and weight distribution relating to bridling. Using trusses correctly, slinging and load distribution. Rigging with a variety of typical rigging equipment including steels, roundslings and shackles.
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According to the Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition rigging" derives from Anglo-Saxon wrigan or wringing, to" clothe. The same source points out that rigging" a sailing vessel refers to putting all the components in place to allow it to function, including the masts, spars, sails and the rigging.

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