dig it


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dig it

To understand, approve of, or enjoy something. We're going to start a true people's campaign, for the people, by the people—you dig it? Avant-garde theater isn't to everyone's taste, but I really dig it, personally.
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The problem with bindweed is that no matter how much you dig it out, if you leave even a tiny bit of the root behind in the soil, it can replenish itself.
Dig It is a garden landscaping company run by owner Richard Smith.
A spokesman for the firm said: "Dig It's aim is to provide an allotment-style garden in every school.
On installing a school garden, Dig It additionally offers workshops and training to guide pupils and teachers on issues ranging from five-a-day fruit and vegetable consumption and reducing food miles and carbon footprint, to rainwater harvesting, using installed waterbutts and composting of garden and kitchen waste.
The award said Dig It provided: "A good integrated approach, delivering education on food, the environment and products."
Following the Wirral Youth Voice Conference, a group of Dig It youngsters presented a proposal for refurbishment to a Dragon's Den-style panel, featuring local businesses from the Wir ral.
Although the judges were impressed, the Dig It team's proposal did not win a cash prize.
But Mr McManus said he was more than happy to lend a helping hand when he learnt about Dig It's work and the refurbishment ideas.
To get steel you have to dig a hole in the ground, dig it up, crush it.
In a mischievous dig it's cheekily- named premium Merret label relates to Christopher Merret, who described how to make bottle fermented sparkling wines in a paper given to the Royal Society in 1662, some 30 years before the fabled Dom Perignon was supposed to have invented the system in France.
If you dig it in the autumn, you will find that the winter frosts break it down into smaller clods, which will make it easier to manage in the spring.
You've been going to the same summer camp since you were 7, and you totally dig it. This year, though, you can't help feeling you're a little more, well, mature than your bunkmates.
* Sometimes loose soil caves in as fast as you can dig it out, leaving you with a crater, rather than a cylinder.