watching mine

watching mine

In naval mine warfare, a mine secured to its mooring but showing on the surface, possibly only in certain tidal conditions. See also floating mine; mine.
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We've all been shown our finale dances that we'll get to perform if we get to the final and I get goosebumps watching mine.
When Tatler's Kate Reardon informed us the happy couple were NOT the type to be seen tipping out of nightclubs with Paris Hilton but "preferred watching trashy TV", Schofield butted in, "does that mean they're watching mine?"
None really, although I'm not very good at watching mine run live.
We spent most nights with him lying on the sofa watching his programme and me in the kitchen watching mine."
Not surprising, all I can remember about hockey was watching mine turn a rich shade of purple when we played in ten degrees of frost.