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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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Performing soil borings in locations as directed by the City.
Many of the borings requested through this contract will likely consist of 5-foot deep borings for
Geotechnical subsurface exploration involved drilling borings at one to 4-mile spaced intervals along overland areas and drilling four borings to predetermined depths at HDD crossings.
Observations in the overland borings focused on concerns related to trench excavation and backfill such as depth to bedrock within the excavation zone, groundwater level, soil stratigraphy and corrosion potential.
The oldest macroborings in the world are Lower Cambrian Trypanites, which are small, simple borings that have been reported from archeocyathid reefs in Labrador (James et al.
The oldest Trypanites borings in shells were previously known from the Middle Ordovician Trentonian Series (Magdefrau 1932; Cameron 1969).
The initial amount of borings introduced into the furnace represented 7.
Into each magnet-charged charge car, the foundry returns were placed in the back, the steel scrap in front of the returns and the borings on top of the steel in the front.
The new program is the result of test borings done earlier this year on Caballero Street where groundwater has caused soggy lawns and slippery algae on sidewalks, said John Watring, assistant director of public works.
Two borings per home should be sufficient, he said.
Paso Robles has quickly become one of the rising stars in California winemaking," says Bruce Boring, co-founder and owner of The California Wine Club.
Bruce and Pam Boring travel across California's wine country searching for the best wines from the State's boutique wineries.