test bore

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test bore

n (for oil) → sondaggio
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But former MSP John Wilson said: "When I expressed concern over the levels of chemicals found at some of the original test bore sites, I was stunned when a council office assured me they'd 'build round the worst ones'.
The skill he showed to set up James Davies for a try in the first Test bore the hallmark of genuine quality and the Dragon crossed for a beauty himself in Santa Fe.
Any area that did volunteer would be paid PS1 million a year during the selection process, which would increase to PS2.5 million a year once test bore holes were drilled.
Indeed, I was told that this "development" was going ahead, and that test bore holes were being carried out.
A test bore by miners in 1951 discovered sulphur springs and the village developed as a healthcare destination.
We did a test bore right through the middle of the auditorium, and got all the cores from the basin."
One defeat does not turn Vaughan's Incredibles of 2004 into a bunch of losers overnight, but this 239-run reverse in the first npower Test bore all the hallmarks of the bad old days.
The project never got any further than a few test bore holes being drilled and the popular Kop end closed to fans for more than half a season.
Householders are now being offered the chance to have test bore holes dug in their gardens.
A similar case prevented New York State from using a single test score to award scholarships, where the test bore no meaningful relationship to the goals of the scholarship program and girls consistently performed more poorly on it than boys.
The company has drilled a test bore 170 kilometres off Hegeland in 392 metres of water, in the Skarav region known in Norway as C-Fangst.