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earth·mov·er

 (ûrth′mo͞o′vər)
n.
A machine, such as a bulldozer or backhoe, used for digging or pushing earth.

earth′mov′ing adj.
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earthmoving

(ˈɜːθˌmuːvɪŋ)
adj
having great importance or consequence
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