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boring

1. a gait in a horse in which the horse leans heavily on the bit.
2. in racing, movement of a horse to put lateral pressure on another horse racing beside it.
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Developments concerning the borehole at the former Scottish & Newcastle brewery site have been watched keenly by scientists around the world since drilling began three years ago.
2013) experimentally investigated the impact of borehole diameter on thermal performance.
The mean percentages of dead 3-y-old scallops with penetrated boreholes at each area were 25.
Drill shorter boreholes to take advantage of throw, and manage rubble size when quarrying with C-4.
A borehole design may be created and automatically printed or exported with data from multiple boreholes.
These works were mainly focused on determining the thermal properties of the ground, but Mogensen (1983) suggested that it was also possible to calculate the specific thermal resistance between the circulating fluid and the borehole wall ([R.
The scheme got a big boost yesterday when a plume of steam spouted from the borehole in the city centre.
Environment Agency Wales has no objection to the test borehole, while the council--EURs public protection boss said there were no known private water supplies within 4.
This volume is a guide to the safety standards related to borehole disposal facilities of radioactive waste.
The water was brought to the surface by a twin borehole system, the first of its kind in the UK.
Riser-drilling involves the circulation of drilling fluid that helps maintain pressure balance within the borehole.
Earlier the forward calculation approach (FCA) was used for the analysis and interpretation of borehole temperatures in terms of the GSTH (Eppelbaum et al.