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anthill

[′ant‚hil]
(invertebrate zoology)
A mound of earth deposited around the entrance to ant and termite nests in the ground.
(mining engineering)
The cuttings around the hole collar in blasthole drilling.
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Heavily sprinkle dry molasses on the anthill, and the ants will be gone in a day or two.
Depending on the species, such anthills can range in size from a tiny pile of sand grains that is less than an inch across to a huge mound several feet high and many cubic yards in volume.
Twelve other sides were involved with Anthill, whose squad was made up of Louis Langfield, Chris Redmile, Paul Jagger, Danny Clare, Paul Shepherd, Glyn Haley and Danny Senior, coming out tops.
The ants worked together, pulling the shiny gold, and round thing toward the anthill.
Metaliko Resources Limited (ASX:MKO) has commenced a 21 hole reverse circulation drilling program on its Anthill Gold Project in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia.
However, in the narrative, Achebe's depiction of Beatrice shows that she is created to symbolise the proverbial anthill that survives to tell the tale of the drought.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-7 April 2009-Helsinki-listed KONE wins order for the Anthill Residential project in Turkey(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
It has been a quiet year for Ian Wood, but the Lambourn trainer is hoping to have turned the corner after Anthill took his total into double figures for the calendar year when winning the 1m handicap.
In ant-dipping, poking a long, thick stick into an anthill can reap great results.
He is playing outside when he sees an anthill and starts thinking about what was inside.
Lads, I've worked here for thirty years, and this is the first bloody ticket I've ever sold to Anthill Ponds.