STEP 1: CULTIVATE AND CLEANSE YOUR first job is to cultivate soil by digging down
and turning it over with a garden fork, breaking up any large pieces and removing stones and weed roots as you go.
Having spent six weeks digging down
to just over three feet in depth, a team from Archaeology Wales are painstakingly documenting and discovering an array of history at their fingertips.
"It really minimized how much other stuff was impacted with the structural elements, and it kept the new foundation on the outside of the building, as we were digging down
anyway for the water issue.
TWO Kirkby men admitted digging down
to snare young badgers in the countryside to train terriers to attack them, a court heard.
E[currency]enyurt noted they reached layers from the Hittite period by digging down
four meters under the surface of the ground.
By digging down
, players progress in the game toward checkpoints, adding more time to the clock and uncovering treasures and a few surprises.
THERE'LL be no more digging down
the back of your own sofa for change if you can name the ex-owner of this kitsch couch.
"It appears a dinosaur was digging down
and trapping rodent-like mammals in a similar way to coyotes hunting around prairie dog burrows today," New Scientist quoted Simpson as saying.
As Amy learns she cannot trust even the ground under her feet, it becomes clear that mwhile humans were digging down
, another species entirely was on its way up.
Clean SWeep Fed-up digging down
the back of the sofa for the remote control?
"Panama Fever: Digging Down
Gold Mountain" is the story of two Jamaican immigrants who seize the opportunity to join in the Panama Canal project to earn their fortunes.
The authors pride themselves on digging down
beneath marketing hyperbole to talk about what really functions and how.
unchanging umm umm umm the hum digging down
to whatever is down there is
We will keep it alive the same way any business is kept alive--by investing in it, by digging down
, by digging deep, and by sacrificing.
Colin Drysdale, watch manager at Seaham fire station, said: "He must have been digging down
into the earth when he was caught suddenly.