gopher hole

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Noun1.gopher hole - a hole in the ground made by gophersgopher hole - a hole in the ground made by gophers
hollow, hole - a depression hollowed out of solid matter
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And I saw the gopher holes, too, and the dead stump; but they're not here now.
And when he was supposed to be working in the corn-fields, and the tall stalks hid him from Mombi's view, Tip would often dig in the gopher holes, or if the mood seized him -- lie upon his back between the rows of corn and take a nap.
But it's a longer time if you're the athlete working out when no one's watching, competing in competitions no one sees, all with the hope of sticking your head out of a gopher hole again in four years.
I have never had failure with this method except when the nest was in a gopher hole, and the bees used the gopher maze to find another way out, and another time the nest was in a long crack in clay soil.
And that's bad news, not just for this one company, but for others thinking about sticking their heads out of the gopher hole.
It's just a very unusual circumstance, that a gopher hole allowed water to get under the roadway, which ultimately led to the collapse.
Your first stop on this tour is the Gopher Hole Museum, located about 130 kilometres northeast of Calgary in a small, archetypal prairie town called Torrington.
This time of year, we assume that a snake could be under every log, and sleeping in every gopher hole, and thus approach these areas with caution.
The first corporate site, which was actually a 3M Gopher hole, came up in about 1994.
Wilson Company and Wilson Library Bulletin (WLB) have announced the availability of a gopher hole.
We would open up the first compuerta (head gate), and then watch the water disappear down a gopher hole before it ever touched a tree.