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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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She turned, and desperately resumed her digging, tears dripping upon the fork-handle and upon the clods.
Tess could not get on with her digging after this; she felt restless; she wondered if he had gone back to her father's house; and taking the fork in her hand proceeded homewards.
Bennie has an upscale diet and gets plenty of exercise, but he persists in digging in the yard--it's fenced all around.
EACH autumn, there's a collective, nationwide groan as gardeners think about the endless digging they'll be doing over winter to improve their soil's condition for the following year.
Striking a line can result in injury, repair costs, fines and inconvenient outages to the person digging and their neighbors.
After having fun clearing trees and scrub oak, constructing a road, building a pond and digging foundations he realized the potential for a business opportunity and the concept for Dig This was formed.
The amateur excavation earlier this month uncovered scores of hand-blown glass bottles, elaborate bottle tops and a range of other items such as clay pipes highly sought after by members of the bottle digging community.
BASRA / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraq's state-owned Iraqi Digging Company has announced on Sunday that it had managed to dig 189 oil wells in 2010 and planning to dig and rehabilitate 140 other oil wells in 2011, according to a statement by its director.
The Common Ground Alliance (CGA), an organization dedicated to protecting underground utility lines and the safety of people who dig near them, has partnered with The Home Depot to educate customers on the importance of calling prior to digging.
Hajji Salah, also known as Salaha Rash, and his team of five men have been digging graves for eight years; they have all the necessary equipment for digging graves such as shovels, drillers, a generator, a tent and other tools of the trade.
1 : to turn up, loosen, or remove the soil <The dog was digging in the garden again.
THIS winter,many of us will start digging to prepare a vegetable plot or flower border for planting next spring.