Michigan cut

Michigan cut

[′mich·ə·gən ¦kət]
(mining engineering)
A technique used to break off ore at a heading; a large hole or series of small holes at the center of the heading are drilled parallel to the tunnel direction but not charged with explosive; other holes are drilled in the heading and charged so that upon detonation they break out toward the uncharged holes.
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Publishers continued to downsize their collective footprints last week, as papers ranging from the New York Times to Arizona to The Observer & Eccentric weeklies in Michigan cut back on sections, days printing and editions.
In contrast, Michigan cut its higher-education tax support by 5.
Briefly, officials in Michigan cut off tax funding to Teen Ranch, an evangelical Christian facility for troubled youth.
Not only did Farmer score 15 of his game-high 21 points in the second half after Arron Afflalo scored 17 of his 20 in the first, the pair of sophomores kept UCLA centered after Michigan cut a 13-point deficit to just four with just more than a minute to play.
Last year, for the fifth straight year, Michigan cut state unemployment taxes for employers.
Meanwhile, 50 mph winds in Wisconsin and Michigan cut power to thousands and ripped part of the roof off Milwaukee County Stadium, where the Brewers open their home season today.
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