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hole made by a burrowing worm

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In reality, the piston does not follow a perfectly smooth up and down motion, but instead touches at points within the bore hole.
The bore hole is one of the biggest sports irrigation systems in Europe and is estimated to save the club more than pounds 40,000 a year in water costs.
THE world's largest and most precise internal micrometer system, which can measure bore holes down to an exact millimeter, made its UAE debut at the Middle East Manufacturing Exhibition (Memex 2011) which concluded recently at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Each trip down takes 12 to 15 minutes, with four minutes to unload and at least three miners are constantly stationed at the bore hole for this work.
Rescue workers are drilling two wider bore holes into the mine where they can pull the men out.
Health Minister Jaime Manalich said rescue workers had managed to finish a second narrow bore hole which will be dedicated to channeling drinking water to the miners and keeping communications flowing.
After failing to secure an adequate supply from bore holes drilled on the farm, we turned our attention to rainwater and water collected in two ponds on the farm.
A second bore hole is 535 feet down in the same area.
It needed to be able to utilise bore hole water in the product cooling process and had to be supplied factory assembled.
The construction of the bore hole is complete and the children, teachers and communities close to the school are enjoying the water.
They are working with some junior mining companies to integrate years' worth of bore hole data into one comprehensive model.
The spring water, which is drawn from a 60 metre deep bore hole in Dax, south-west France, was test-launched last autumn in Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
Plotting the location of soil bore holes which have the true longitude and latitude position on the agricultural GIS map, the position of bore hole showed the number of soil's group, as shown in fig 3.
A row has broken out between a West Midlands water company which is seeking to take water from a bore hole and an NHS Trust.
Even greater protection is gained when a concrete slurry is poured between the casing and bore hole.