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  1. But to excavate such a funnel, or to step the.
  2. Then we began to excavate our dug out as Elijah said.
  3. They found Jonquil’ s headstone and began to excavate.
  4. It‘s another ―E‖, but this time it stands for excavate.
  5. It recommends the taking on of a practice in order to excavate the.

  6. In 2013 Lottery funding was earmarked to excavate, restore and feature the castle.
  7. It reads remarkably well, with just the spice of wholesome plaint that one loves to excavate.
  8. Those are the qualities that we want to excavate from within ourselves, by which we build bridges to others.
  9. With the soft, moist qualities of meekness and gentleness, we can excavate the qualities of peace, love, faith, and perseverance.
  10. At Moukri, thanks to the kindness of a Kurd chief, I was enabled to excavate a tomb which, although it held no objects of value, still contained some interesting relics.
  11. We survey this chamber in preparation for Kleti tunneling teams, who will excavate a large corridor between here and the inside of the crater, and a smaller corridor to the lobby of the resort.
  12. Run, yes! Run! What? Grab a shovel, dig, excavate, save a chunk of this all-too-crumbling sand? Find a repairman, race him back here with plaster of Paris to cast a mold of some small fragile part of these? No, no.
  13. It was most interesting to observe that, wherever several bees had begun to excavate these basins near together, they had begun their work at such a distance from each other that by the time the basins had acquired the above stated width (i.
  14. Wolfi had completed the blasting to excavate earth for the stone bridge abutments at Hartish Creek and the boys had accomplished the creosote soaking of a large number of logs that would be used in the construction of the bridge’s structure.
  15. I at first encountered much repugnance on the part of the inhabitants to excavate the tombs; finally, with some money and very long explanations, I brought them to terms and, thanks to my tomb-hunters, I found and excavated the necropoli of Horil, Beri, Djon, Tülü, Mistaïl, Hiveri, etc.

  16. The bees instantly began on both sides to excavate little basins near to each other, in the same way as before; but the ridge of wax was so thin, that the bottoms of the basins, if they had been excavated to the same depth as in the former experiment, would have broken into each other from the opposite sides.
  17. As soon as this occurred, the bees ceased to excavate, and began to build up flat walls of wax on the lines of intersection between the basins, so that each hexagonal prism was built upon the scalloped edge of a smooth basin, instead of on the straight edges of a three-sided pyramid as in the case of ordinary cells.
  18. Tegetmeier, I separated two combs, and put between them a long, thick, rectangular strip of wax: the bees instantly began to excavate minute circular pits in it; and as they deepened these little pits, they made them wider and wider until they were converted into shallow basins, appearing to the eye perfectly true or parts of a sphere, and of about the diameter of a cell.
  19. Thus, as I believe, the most wonderful of all known instincts, that of the hive-bee, can be explained by natural selection having taken advantage of numerous, successive, slight modifications of simpler instincts; natural selection having, by slow degrees, more and more perfectly led the bees to sweep equal spheres at a given distance from each other in a double layer, and to build up and excavate the wax along the planes of intersection.
  1. Excavating for the foundation and crawl space.
  2. Adam said he was excavating a home for me there.
  3. Brugsch has been excavating during the past spring in the Fayoum.
  4. The ditch had been formed when excavating soil to create the road.
  5. As he pulled into the site, his excavating subcontractor was talking to two.
  6. Flinders Petrie is excavating the ruins of the old city of Khuenaten, while M.
  7. Only by excavating buried facts and adjusting glorified stories might history teach.
  8. In excavating this city, a mosaic wall was found, dating to sometime before 3,000 BC.
  9. Count d'Hulst has been excavating at Behbet, near Mansourah, on behalf of the Egypt Exploration Fund.
  10. But we just found this village! We’ll need to be here for a few years, excavating this hill fort.
  11. Taylor has been excavating here for the Egypt exploration fund, in continuation of the previous year's work.
  12. So I think that excavating those sands would bring to light a great many weapons and tools of Egyptian origin.
  13. The ruins of the city were discovered about a hundred years ago, and archaeologists have been excavating ever since.
  14. We’ll build a resort on the outer slopes of the volcano, above the treeline only, again by excavating into the stone.
  15. I imagined his ancestor standing on this hilltop we were now excavating and looking at the area, deciding how to drain it.
  16. We’d located the site we called the smithy, a building with large fire pits, and started excavating it as soon as it was mapped.
  17. A year ago, when Gregor first saw the warehouse, he came up with the idea of excavating a chamber inside it, with a short tunnel to the sea.
  18. Petrie communicates the following report to the Academy: During the last four months I have been excavating at this place, the capital of Khuenaten.
  19. Archaeologists excavating a trash pit at the An anthropologist proposed a game to children in an Jamestown colony site in Virginia have found the African tribe.
  20. This interstice was filled with wood, by plugging the larger cylinder with this material, and excavating the plug till it would permit the smaller brass cylinder to be driven in.
  21. The side panels of the casket, caked with soil had been gouged in places by the excavating tools and the smell of damp earth merged with the subliminal odours that accompany death.
  22. They’re involved in excavating metals — both precious and base metals, ferrous and nonferrous — as well as transforming these metals into finished products and subsequently distributing the end products to consumers.
  23. Archeologists excavating what was once the kingdom of Calquax; which is now a state of Barsoon, found that the people had irrigation systems just a little behind what is used today, which seemed to have been built around 7180 B.
  24. Like every construction there, the home had been made by excavating rooms in the ice by removing blocks of it, and the blocks were then used to build more rooms above on the surface, then magically melted together and strengthened.
  25. The consequence is, that upon breaking into the hold, and unloading one of these whale cemeteries, in the Greenland dock, a savor is given forth somewhat similar to that arising from excavating an old city grave-yard, for the foundations of a Lying-in-Hospital.
  26. The exact extent and character of the low ground in these two directions can only be determined by excavating the ancient level, which, as it appears to me, has not been reached by the deep new railroad cutting running across this section north of the so-called Theseum.
  27. Among the more curious of such remains is part of a skull, which in the year 1779 was disinterred in the Rue Dauphine in Paris, a short street opening almost directly upon the palace of the Tuileries; and bones disinterred in excavating the great docks of Antwerp, in Napoleon's time.
  28. When I looked again, the busy handling-machine had already put together several of the pieces of apparatus it had taken out of the cylinder into a shape having an unmistakable likeness to its own; and down on the left a busy little digging mechanism had come into view, emitting jets of green vapour and working its way round the pit, excavating and embanking in a methodical and discriminating manner.
  1. They'd excavated the entire area.
  2. It was excavated in the twentieth.
  3. Half of it had been excavated in strip mining.
  4. The workers did not dig so much as they excavated.
  5. Droppings like dog’s but in shallow excavated scoop.
  6. Excavated by the Oriental Institute, 1955-56 OIM A30553.
  7. The hole it had been excavated from gaped in the slope below it.
  8. A huge hole had been excavated, going down about seven metres or.
  9. It has been excavated, studied, cataloged and everything else you can.
  10. Nor can I consider the articulations of the rachis as deeply excavated.
  11. The cliffs to the west had been from early times excavated for burial purposes.
  12. Each animal joyfully tossed the fuel into the trenches, so expertly excavated.
  13. There was a hole a foot deep, and a pile of recently excavated earth beside it.
  14. Six battle-hardened Ferrets, streamed out from small holes excavated near the log.
  15. They were part of a huge funerary complex south of Cairo, excavated in nineteen-.
  16. Harry followed behind them setting and plumbing the poles in their excavated holes.
  17. We’ve only been here two days but have part of a domicile excavated, I said.
  18. Throughout the day, a trench had been excavated, behind the entrance to the underworld.
  19. On completion of the work, it had been back filled with a mixture of excavated material.
  20. The ones I’d wept over and wailed over, excavated in excruciating detail in my journal.
  21. There was a void in his memory, a black spot, an abyss excavated by four months of agony.
  22. Fragments or chips only of the outer casing of marble were found in the area he excavated.
  23. The drill rig was cleared away, and the excavated rock chippings were bulldozed into the hole.
  24. It was excavated in 1895 and from 1896 until 1900 everyone who participated in the excavation died.
  25. They had excavated space to house the tape recorders and covered the opening with a solid metal door.
  26. Many of the legends found in the literature of other civilizations can be excavated in the ruins here.
  27. Rooms will be excavated in the sides, and the area surrounding the lake will be leveled and landscaped.
  28. As for their cousins the Rock Dwarves, they have long since excavated this world’s suitable resources.
  29. A bulldozer has already excavated the dirt, and a crane has somehow lifted the bodies out of the crater.
  30. As soon as the playwright has excavated a courtesan, he begins to think of the best way of whitewashing her.
  31. It is excavated in soft calcareous stone and its chambers and corridors are reached by a rock-cut staircase.
  32. We stopped at the edge of the excavated area where Matt and Tim were on their knees, trowels and brushes in hand.
  33. I looked up where he was pointing and said, Then we need to get it excavated so it doesn’t get covered up again.
  34. When the brick work was excavated a well 6 inches square filled with earth was found under 3 feet of solid brick work.
  35. The same character is observed at a distance from the river, where the earth has been excavated by washing, or digging.
  36. There was a little bit of water in an excavated pool, enough to grow enough vine to cover the lodge and fill the kegs within.
  37. Of all these writers, the one who probably then excavated in the masses the most unhealthy gallery was Restif de La Bretonne.
  38. Foundations (for walls) and plinths (concrete supports for machines) could be excavated concurrently, but need to be cast as separate items.
  39. She was in one of two enormous, fish farming chambers excavated in the ice 20 metres under the surface of Europa, another of Jupiter’s moons.
  40. He also confirmed that there are underground Alliance bases on our moon, in natural caverns that have been further excavated to accommodate them.
  41. An excavated trench revealed a short stone path leading to the entrance of a square room having walls I estimated to be about twelve feet in length.
  42. Denis and Carton have excavated the megalithic necropolis of Teboursouk, whose tombs are stone circles, with one or more small dolmens in the centre.
  43. He folded his arms, glared at the floor beneath his feet as though he would have excavated an abyss therein, and his voice suddenly rose in thundering tones:.
  44. So bold men, who are tempted by every chance, have quite frequently, as we are assured, opened the holes excavated by the black man, and tried to rob the devil.
  45. We were conducted early one morning to an enormous amphitheater, which instead of having been built upon the surface of the ground was excavated below the surface.
  46. When the tunnels were discovered the North Koreans claimed they were coal mines, although they were excavated through igneous rock that the Communists painted black.
  47. From the number of workers who had been going to and from the corridors beyond those doorways, it was obvious that other large rooms had been excavated adjoining this one.
  48. On the same floor are two splendid colossal statues of the god Ptah which have been excavated at Memphis during last summer, and many other large objects from the same site.
  49. Two men of the Middlesex Regiment had been busy for a week digging a sump hole in the exposed hollow in front of the village and had excavated to a depth of about eight feet.
  50. Unfortunately, some of the additions were excavated with less care than others,’ she sent a baleful stare to Ishbel before continuing, ‘and we are now reaping the problems.
  51. They first excavated these tunnels from the lower floors of the manufacturing levels inside the mountain, to the surface of the stone six meters below the sea, and they built this.
  52. They first excavated these tunnels from the lower floors of the manufacturing levels inside the mountain, to the surface of the stone twenty feet below the sea, and they built this.
  53. The great bowl of the Olympic Stadium, its floor forty-two feet below ground level, had been excavated and leveled, its central field sown with grass that was already lush and green.
  54. The bomb-proof to which his guide conducted him was excavated in the rocky soil, and consisted of a long hole, two cubic fathoms in extent, covered with oaken planks an arshin in thickness.
  55. In the valley of the Lar, I made a study of the subterranean habitations excavated in the rock and made a plan of the very ancient castle, Molla-Kölo, which once defended the pass of Vahné.
  56. In the year 2078 they excavated an old tomb or what they thought to be a tomb on the shoreline of California where, it was rumored, queens and kings once ruled, then went away with the tides along the flats.
  57. But this interdict did not arrive until after I had excavated about two hundred and twenty tombs, so that we now possess more than fifteen hundred objects, vases, arms, trinkets of gold,bronze, silver, etc.
  58. It reminded her of the palace of Knossos excavated by Evans, but was somewhat larger than Reston as she remembered it from her youth, and the colors were somewhat more tasteful than the pictures she remembered.
  59. The difficulty is the same as that felt by so many geologists, when Lyell first insisted that long lines of inland cliffs had been formed, and great valleys excavated, by the agencies which we still see at work.
  60. With much difficulty and some danger she was dug out, for Jo was so overcome with laughter while she excavated that her knife went too far, cut the poor foot, and left a lasting memorial of one artistic attempt, at least.
  61. In only a few hours’ time, cold, dry winds howling out of the north scoured from dry fields more than two times the amount of soil that had been excavated from the Panama Canal and lifted it eight thousand feet into the sky.
  62. Lyons has excavated the large space, about two hundred yards square, which is mentioned in Burckhard's 'Travels in Nubia,' and upon which stand the ruined walls of what has been variously described as a Roman fort or a monastery.
  63. The grader lumbered across the paddock with its high beam creating a menacing picture ahead of it until eventually it highlighted the gaping crater flanked by the pile of carcases one side and the mound of excavated earth the other.
  64. He and George excavated a deep cellar and after sealing it against leaks then further insulating bins within it to receive the next summer's supply, decided they would also reuse the initial method as well, though with fewer buoys.
  65. Huber's statement, that the very first cell is excavated out of a little parallel-sided wall of wax, is not, as far as I have seen, strictly correct; the first commencement having always been a little hood of wax; but I will not here enter on details.
  66. Here are the hotel facilities and apartments for staff members and residents, all excavated beneath the surface of the outside of the volcano, all equipped with hidden doors and windows to the outside to maintain the existing natural look of the mountain.
  67. The gardens in the centre of the block had been excavated and thousands of tons of soil and clay had been removed and dumped on land to the south of the city in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, land owned by the Aryans and filled by trucks also owned by them.
  68. I hope to live at least a thousand years, if it is true that crocodiles live so long, which, by the way—good thing I thought of it—you had better look up in some natural history to-morrow and tell me, for I may have been mistaken and have mixed it up with some excavated monster.
  69. He had written largely upon the subject, he had lived two years in a tomb at Thebes, while he excavated in the Valley of the Kings, and finally he had created a considerable sensation by his exhumation of the alleged mummy of Cleopatra in the inner room of the Temple of Horus, at Philae.
  70. I at first encountered much repugnance on the part of the inhabitants to excavate the tombs; finally, with some money and very long explanations, I brought them to terms and, thanks to my tomb-hunters, I found and excavated the necropoli of Horil, Beri, Djon, Tülü, Mistaïl, Hiveri, etc.
  71. The others saw the cunning of the suggestion, and so the trench was lengthened to accommodate the corpse, and in the center a deeper hole was excavated for the box, which was first wrapped in sailcloth and then lowered to its place, which brought its top about a foot below the bottom of the grave.
  72. The bees instantly began on both sides to excavate little basins near to each other, in the same way as before; but the ridge of wax was so thin, that the bottoms of the basins, if they had been excavated to the same depth as in the former experiment, would have broken into each other from the opposite sides.
  73. The fresh earth excavated during their present work, and which would have entirely blocked up the old passage, was thrown, by degrees and with the utmost precaution, out of the window in either Faria's or Dantes' cell, the rubbish being first pulverized so finely that the night wind carried it far away without permitting the smallest trace to remain.
  74. In ordinary combs it has appeared to me that the bees do not always succeed in working at exactly the same rate from the opposite sides; for I have noticed half-completed rhombs at the base of a just-commenced cell, which were slightly concave on one side, where I suppose that the bees had excavated too quickly, and convex on the opposed side where the bees had worked less quickly.
  75. Sunk up to his neck in a morass of dead brandies and rotting flowers, he flung the dirt of the garden all about after having finished with the courtyard and the backyard, and he excavated so deeply under the foundations of the east wing of the house that one night they woke up in terror at what seemed to be an earthquake, as much because of the trembling as the fearful underground creaking.
  76. Twenty years ago, there was still to be seen in the southwest corner of the Place de la Bastille, near the basin of the canal, excavated in the ancient ditch of the fortress-prison, a singular monument, which has already been effaced from the memories of Parisians, and which deserved to leave some trace, for it was the idea of a member of the Institute, the General-in-chief of the army of Egypt.
  77. In our own day, after having excavated the gallery of Clichy, with a banquette to receive the principal water-conduit of Ourcq, a piece of work which was executed in a trench ten metres deep; after having, in the midst of land-slides, and with the aid of excavations often putrid, and of shoring up, vaulted the Bievre from the Boulevard de l'Hopital, as far as the Seine; after having, in order to deliver Paris from the floods of Montmartre and in order to provide an outlet for that river-like pool nine hectares in extent, which crouched near the Barriere des Martyrs, after having, let us state, constructed the line of sewers from the Barriere Blanche to the road of Aubervilliers, in four months, working day and night, at a depth of eleven metres; after having—a thing heretofore unseen—made a subterranean sewer in the Rue Barre-du-Bec, without a trench, six metres below the surface, the superintendent, Monnot, died.

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