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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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Polychaete borings have existed in hard substrates for over 350 million years (Cameron, 1969), suggesting that this lifestyle was an early adaptation that has evolved several times among the group.
Using CT in concert with direct observation, we present the first detailed morphological analysis of borings (with quantitative data) for any modern Osedax species and provide new insights into the method of boring and the factors that influence it.
Geotechnology developed a geotechnical program for the 133-mile long alignment, which featured more than 500 borings and 14 HDD sites.
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.
The goal of the present research is to describe for the first time the oldest known presumable commensal worm borings in the shells of articulate brachiopods.
To reduce raw material charge costs, Auburn began adding customer-supplied borings to their charge in August 1999.
This week the Department of Public Works has offered to drill 3-inch borings in curbs that front homes where residents have installed a perforated drainage pipe.
The Borings spend countless hours traveling through California's wine regions, meeting with owners and winemakers, while sampling thousands of wines with one goal in mind: seeking out the very best wines California has to offer and sharing them only with their members.
The City is currently accepting proposals to perform soil borings and pavement cores at
The Borings spend countless hours in tasting rooms across California with only one goal in mind: seeking out the very best California has to offer.
Each year, American's gather around the table on Thanksgiving to share friendship, laughter, love, memories, and delicious food," says Bruce Boring, co-founder and owner of The California Wine Club.