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digs

One's home or dwelling. Did you see Valerie's swanky new digs? Yep, she's got a penthouse with a killer view.
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digs

n. a dwelling; a dwelling and its furnishings. You got some pretty swell digs, here.
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An official, privy to the information, told Dawn, the IGP Punjab was not comfortable with Mr Kausar who was posted as DIG Headquarter during the tenure of previous IGP Amjad Javed Saleemi.
* Provide her with one or more legal digging spots with very inviting soft, sandy soil, so that she chooses to dig there instead of other places in the yard.
Joining Dig This Las Vegas' existing fleet of three Caterpillar 15-ton hydraulic excavators, two Caterpillar 10-ton track-type Dozers, two Caterpillar 6-ton excavators, and two Caterpillar 5-ton skid steer track loaders, is a brand new Caterpillar 14-ton hydraulic excavator, featuring a larger cab and a bucket complete with thumb.
Former traffic DIG Dr Ameer Shaikh, who was recently promoted to the post of additional IG, is a strong candidate for the post of Karachi additional IG in place of incumbent Additional IG Mushtaq Maher.
Che' Kuhse had six kills, ten assists and 13 digs and Hannah Adams had four kills and eight assists for the Millers (1-6, 1-4 league).
All the outgoing DIGs in their speeches highly praised the bravery and sacrifices offered by KP police in war against terrorism.
On this occasion all the outgoing DIGs in their speeches highly praised
They are more likely to dig for two reasons: They are behaviorally more like wolves--and wolves are avid diggers--and Huskies have heavy coats that cause them to suffer more from the heat than a thin-coated dog.
It's just a case of finding the places to dig. We'll probably have to stop digging there now because I don't want to get in to any bother - but there's so much more down there."
In order to ascertain whether it is really King David's spa, it will be necessary to dig for several months to the other end of the 30-meter-long tunnel.
I am happy to say that any human being who takes a spade and digs a big hole in a city centre street is a Big Digger.
Portable toilets are towed to the far side of the campsite, and the camp showers are assembled next to the water truck--compared with digs in more-remote locations, this expedition will be posh, I am told.
They got in touch with interior designer Lane Oliver, creator of Digs A Go-Go, a do-it-yourself bedroom makeover DVD.
He has collected plant, rock, and animal specimens in locales as diverse as the Amazon and New York's Chinatown; rearranged the holdings of natural and cultural history museums in Switzerland and Spain; and conducted archaeological digs in New England and London.
His favorite childhood read: All About Dinosaurs by Roy Chapman Andrews--who led the only other Gobi digs by an American back in the 1920s.