bore-hole


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Noun1.bore-hole - a hole or passage made by a drillbore-hole - a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes
mining, excavation - the act of extracting ores or coal etc from the earth
excavation - a hole in the ground made by excavating
shot hole - drill hole for a charge of an explosive
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Loading & unloading of bore-hole coal sample packed in wooden/GI boxes, shifting of bore-hole coal, sub-sampling work, party/other project sample preparation, HGI test, disposal of sample, assisting during analysis, assistance in data entry/computation, cleaning & maintenance of Gasification Lab.
SIR - Does the decision by Severn Trent to sell 30 million litres of bore-hole water a day to drought-hit England mean Wales will be denied potentially increased revenues for Dwr Cymru and reduced bills for consumers?
Typical installation costs were $8-$6/ft bore-hole (Dillan Drilling Co, 2010).
Officials have described the bore-hole, which is just 8 centimeters wide, as an "umbilical cord" for the miners.
He said engineers would coat the sides of the bore-hole and hoped to be able to start sending food and supplies down it on Monday morning.
As the official pointed out, there should have been a meter on every bore-hole to register the water being used, but there cannot be a meter on an illegal bore-hole.
The measuring profile was situated in the vicinity of the only one bore-hole in the studied area.
Coca-Cola has suggested replenishing the spring by directing water back through another bore-hole.