ladder people
 n.pl.— «In this working-class town built by immigrants from Europe generations ago, some locals have taken to calling the latest arrivals from overseas “the ladder people,” for the cranes and ladders on the utility trucks they drive.» —“Immigrants get chilly treatment in Milford” by Anna Badkhen San Francisco Chronicle (California) July 9, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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