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delve

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like

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understand

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cutting remark

rented accommodation

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dig in

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dig into something

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dig something or someone out: excavate

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dig something or someone out: find

dig something or someone up: unearth

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to break, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example) with or as if with a tool

to make by digging

to go into or through for the purpose of making discoveries or acquiring information

to find by investigation

to cause to penetrate with force

to thrust against or into

to receive pleasure from

an act of thrusting into or against, as to attract attention

a flippant or sarcastic remark

a building or shelter where one lives

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the site of an archeological exploration

an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect

a small gouge (as in the cover of a book)

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the act of digging

the act of touching someone suddenly with your finger or elbow

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create by digging

remove, harvest, or recover by digging

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thrust down or into

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remove the inner part or the core of

poke or thrust abruptly

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Dig This is currently ranked number 4 in Fun & Games Las Vegas on TripAdvisor.
The meeting was attended by Additional IG Karachi, DIG HQ, DIG Special branch, DIG CTD, Zonal DIsG & District SSsP.
The anonymous diggers insist they fill in the holes and leave the land as they find it but Coventry City Council has said they do not have permission to carry out the clandestine digs.
Among homeowners who plan to dig this year, the most popular projects include planting shrubs (among 71 percent of homeowners who plan to dig), planting a tree (57 percent) and digging to pour concrete to create a patio or walkway (29 percent).
If you're preparing it for sowing seeds, or growing small plants, it's best to dig it over then rake the ground to a fine tilth resembling cake crumbs.
Some farmers have already taken bank loans to dig wells, but the money they borrowed was not sufficient to dig very deep wells which can generate huge quantities of water," he said.
When this year's excavations at the Ralph site slowed down, several members of the dig team wandered the nearby hillsides to look for more fossils.
Our 11-vehicle caravan reaches the dig site, about 160 kilometers north of Billings, in a little more than 2 hours.
Running until September 9, the dig may unearth remains from the Roman city Eboracum or evidence from the Viking period.
and investors advised by Prudential Real Estate Investors, confirmed it has entered into a contract to sell the hotel to DIG and, in a prepared statement, said it sought a buyer that would maintain the character and use of the property as a world class hotel.
Rescue Archaeology was first conceived as a dig in MOMA's renowned sculpture garden, where Dion could focus on the remains of two town houses given to the museum by John D.
You don't need to double dig every bed every year - but where something has been planted for many years, it's worth preparing the ground by carrying out this practice of digging two spades deep.
Their aim: to scour the area for a new site to dig.
The Mammoth Big Dig Highway Project Shortchanges Transit
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