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bashing

[′bash·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
The building of walls and nonporous stoppings for the complete isolation of a district of a mine in which a fire has occurred.
The complete stowing of old mine workings or roadways after all equipment has been removed.
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As was mentioned above, bashing can generate benefits or costs unrelated to reputation effects, and these costs or benefits can vary from one type of administration to another.
1,w) = q 0, where q is the cost of bashing and negative q is a benefit received from bashing.
Nevertheless, he says, "if it were me, I would get together a group of my associates, and we would say, `This four-block area henceforth will be free of gay bashing.
Newspapers in Philadelphia, Denver, and Logan, Utah, went so far as to revisit past gay bashings that took place in their regions, including one murder dating back to the 1960s.
The tragedy has once again brought to focus the suitability of taking small children for adventurous trips like desert safari or at least the need to avoid the dangerous leg of dune bashing during such trips.
Miller's retort: "I'm not bashing anyone, but the system is dysfunctional.
Why does it seem that gay bashings are on the rise in London?
Bush has been trying to ease tensions since the United Nations helped the United States install Iraq's interim government--and, notably, he avoided engaging in explicit UN bashing in his acceptance speech.
Gay bashing isn't as big a problem in Ireland as here, but we are going over to study the entire issue and to say, 'You don't have to suffer in silence - fight back'.
After reading through the four pages of casting bashing, reactions can run from the initial response of "Bull
For folks like William Bennett and Pat Buchanan, the slightest criticism of Catholics or Catholicism is to be instantly, furiously denounced as religious bigotry or "Catholic bashing," an expression of irrational prejudice.