Origin of gantry
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Check out this 2003 clip in which this soft-spoken Jewish pischer was transformed into Elmer Gantry.McConnell's Fancy Farm Monster Comes Back to Haunt Him|Jonathan Miller|August 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At first Lear thought of making a feature film satirizing Swaggart and his ilk—sort of an updated Elmer Gantry.
Palin is a beauty-queen Elmer Gantry, outdoing Stephen Colbert in cheesy, braying nationalism.
Creeping along behind the string of coal cars I came presently to the great gantry crane used for unloading the fuel.The Wreckers|Francis Lynde
Rick looked through the glass ports and saw the gantry crane being wheeled away.
A yell would stop Dr. Bernais, and the gantry would be wheeled back into place.
Before entering, our attention is arrested by a huge gantry crane, borne by two columns which travel on rails.The Romance of Modern Mechanism|Archibald Williams
Gantry's own boyhood was not so deeply buried in the past as to make him forgetful of its joys and sorrows.The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush|Francis Lynde
British Dictionary definitions for gantry
- the area behind a bar where bottles, esp spirit bottles mounted in optics, are kept for use or display
- the range or quality of the spirits on viewthis pub's got a good gantry