mole run

mole run

n
(Military) (usually plural) informal any part of a system of underground tunnels, rooms, etc, prepared for use in the event of nuclear war
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The metal contraption is laid on a mole run and is triggered when the creature taps a disc with its with its snout, causing two sets of metal calipers to snap shut around its body.
The metal contraption is laid on a mole run and is triggered when the creature taps a disc with its snout, causing two sets of metal calipers to snap shut around its body.
Last spring, virtually any place in the garden where I pushed my hand into the soil, it would drop through a mole run. With all that air in the soil, it was quite possible roots would be affected.
Take a hosepipe, pinch the end to build up pressure and direct the jet into the mole run when you see signs of activity.
I Jan c Ellwood b U Rashid5 J Darby c Bond b M Rashid29 S Sargeant c Ramage b U Rashid29 S Hanson c Ramage b U Rashid4 B Usher lbw b M Rashid16 G Bell run out3 D Mole run out8 G Watts not out19 M Cushlow not out4 Extras3 Total (for 7 wkts)120
You open up a mole run and very carefully push the packet up it.
IN spells of dry weather drop mothballs into mole runs as the smell will soon have them packing up and leaving your patch alone.
"The risk of ankle injury is high due to collapsing mole runs underfoot and memorials are being undermined, creating potential hazards."
Alternative controls are available such as ultrasonic devices but vibration from a children's plastic windmill pushed into mole runs may be just as effective.
Homespun remedies include placing children's windmills along the mole runs or in the top of the mole heap.
The roof should also be checked for telltale signs of problems, such as blisters or mole runs (Figure 2).
Deep-down mole activity on lawns, although not necessarily resulting in mole hills on the surface, can severely undermine the lawn by a series of tunnels or mole runs.