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Plant Equipment and Hire

October 2018

Published on in “Business, Trade”, language — English. 44 pages.
The story goes that back in the Industrial Revolution, the European peasants, especially in France and the Low Countries, wore sabots (heavy work shoes). “There are two kinds of sabots: one is shaped and hollowed from a single piece of wood and the other a heavy leather shoe with a wooden sole,” according to Wikipedia.As machinery became more common, increasingly taking the place of humans as manufacturing took off, the irate peasants started throwing their shoes into the moving parts of the eq More
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