In various enchanted attitudes, like the standing, or stepping, or running skeletons in Herculaneum, others remained rooted to the deck; but all their eyes upcast
. Aye, aye, men!
a) Painting of the communication lane in the Upcast
area with a length of about 90m
DON'T LEE BRIAN FRIDAY'S The No 1 shaft, the upcast
, was 16ft in diameter and 1,155ft deep while downcast shaft, No 2, situated 99ft to the north, the same depth and diameter.
"My future will not copy fair my past"-- I wrote that once; and thinking at my side My ministering life-angel justified The word by his appealing look upcast
To the white throne of God, I turned at last, And there, instead, saw thee, not unallied To angels in thy soul!
Severe changes in temperature caused a "freeze-thaw" effect, prompting the domed roof of the 1910 upcast
building to fail and leaving the site hazardous for visitors.
Nuhas, which commenced operations in Oman as a producer of Oxygen Free CC Copper Rods in mid-2004 using the world renowned Outokumpu Upcast
technology, registered robust growth in both the LV and MV segments last year with the company notching sales of $225 million, he says.
Foreman) notes "...the provision for a separate upcast
raise to remove used air from the mine instead of resorting to old raises in the stopes.
Sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) were recorded during the upcast
of the CTD profiler at the shallowest depth bin.
It became the coal-winding shaft, while the older Coity excavation was used for upcast
"Most of the upcast
(material dug from the ground) had been put back.
Following the Norman inva n sion, a motte and bailey castle was built on the top, originally built of timber and upcast
soil, and being held by the de Laci family.
This plant was supplied by Outokumpu Castform OY, Finland and uses the upcast
system of manufacturing rod.