undug

undug

(ʌnˈdʌɡ)
adj
not having been dug
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Galvez said intelligence agents are also helping now protect Basilan's district engineer, Soler Undug, whose house was bombed by Abu Sayyaf bandits last week.
Security camera footage showed four suspected Abu Sayyaf members, between 14 and 24 years old, planting explosives outside the house of Basilan district engineer Solder Undug in Lamitan City on the night of Feb.
DPWH-ARMM Basilan District Engineer Soler I Undug yesterday said renegade ASG leaders are threatening them with harm should they continue to refuse to extend them protection money.
Soler Undug, district engineer of Basilan; Rosita Furigay, mayor of Lamitan City, Basilan; and Dr.
Dowding has run an experiment since 2007 to understand the effect on soil of digging and not digging, comparing growth of the same vegetables growing side by side in dug and undug beds.
Punishment of one who disobeys a command," he writes, "does not achieve the objective (for example, the ditch remains undug even if the men who refused to dig it have been shot)" (Sharp, 1973, pp.
Six bore holes are now being sunk along the undug section of tunnel to try and unearth pockets of gas .
All you have to do is lay a thick covering of rotted organic material on undug earth to create a rich mulch for sowing and planting.
Members leave parts of flats undug and harvest only mature worms.
If you raise ducks, build an island or two for safety by leaving some parts undug.
Restituto Pangusban, Isabela City police chief, said no one was hurt in the explosion outside the house of Soler Undug, Basilan district engineer, at 9 p.