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mound up

To pile something together into a mound. A noun or pronoun can be used between "mound" and "up." We mounded up all the debris we could find for the bonfire later that evening. Don't just mound the grass clippings up in the corner of the yard like that—they'll start stinking up the place!
See also: up

mound something up

to form something into a mound. Mound the dirt up around the base of the shrub. Please mound up the leaves around the rosebushes.
See also: up
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Although seedbeds did not have significant effect (p = 0.05) on leaf N, P, K, Ca and Mg status, okra planted in zero tilled and manually cleared soils gave relatively higher leaf N, P and K status compared with crops planted at top, side and base positions of mound and ridge and furrow soils.
(#) Mean values are back-transformed after [log.sub.10] transformation prior to ANOVA Mound Mound Crusted Recovering Attribute Mean SEM Mean SEM Crust strength (kg[cm.sup.-2])(#) 16.8 (a) 0.90 22.0 (b) 2.20 Dry aggregate stability (%>0.84 mm) 56.2 (a) 4.08 69.6 (b) 3.66 Bulk density (Mg [m.sup.-3]) 1.35 (a) 0.02 1.32 (a) 0.04 Micro scarp cover (%) 7.2 (a) 3.43 7.3 (a) 2.71 Micro flat cover (%) 55.2 (a) 12.30 61.2 (a) 8.95 Micro depression cover (%) 37.6 (a) 14.70 31.5 (a) 9.00 Mound Inter-mound Attribute Mean SEM Crust strength (kg[cm.sup.-2])(#) 26.5 (b) 2.20 Dry aggregate stability (%>0.84 mm) 69.4 (b) 3.76 Bulk density (Mg [m.sup.-3]) 1.35 (a) 0.04 Micro scarp cover (%) 4.O (a) 0.84 Micro flat cover (%) 63.4 (a) 12.2 Micro depression cover (%) 32.6 (a) 12.7
Legacy Grain's Blue Mound site receives a new GSI steel tank with a capacity of 413,000 bushels.
The results of the excavations will allow the team to understand the complex sequence of events in which the remains were buried and the mound built and repeatedly altered.
The Dilmun Burial Mounds is Bahrain's third World Heritage Site, after Ancient Qal'at al-Bahrain Harbor City and Capital of Dilmun in 2005 and the Offshore Pearling Sites in Muharraq in 2012.
‎____ ‏ The Dilmun Burial Mounds have just been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List!
Well, the Eastgate Center was built to mimic the structure of termite mounds.
This is not the first time that the mound land is being dug.
Researchers reporting in Current Biology on November 19 have found that a vast array of regularly spaced, still-inhabited termite mounds in northeastern Brazil -- covering an area the size of Great Britain -- are up to about 4,000 years old.
All the plants above ground on mound area were removed and packed in plastic bags and similarly all plants above ground 5 meter away from mound were removed and packed.
Prior to Wednesday, Ohtani had gone unbeaten with two wins from two starts on the mound, with a 2.08 earned-run average and 18 strikeouts.
They said the purchase agents who could be another option charged Rs40 for service charges instead of charging Rs3 per mound official rates.
Tucked away at the end of Beacon Street, a cul-de-sac in Hillhouse, is a huge, tree-covered mound thought to date back 900 years or more.
Archaeologists have announced that a 20-foot mound near the school, which had been a centerpiece of one of their annual ceremonies, is really a Saxon burial monument, likely holding the body of an important person as well as related artifacts.
Historic Cracow mounds (prehistoric: the Krakus Mound and Wanda Mound and relatively new ones: the Kosciuszko Mound and Pilsudski Mound) are among the biggest anthropogenic objects of this type in Poland.