diggings


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diggings

[‚dig·iŋz]
(science and technology)
Excavated materials.
A place of excavating.
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Sekapi emphasizes that archeological diggings should always be transparent and ethnic Albanian and Kosovo Albanian should participate in them next to Macedonian archeologists.
The committee also pointed out to the diggings that the Israeli authorities are rapidly conducting in Al-Farouq and Wadi Helwa, neighborhoods in Silwan, in addition to the diggings that have not stopped in the Umayyad palaces, adjacent to the southern wall Al-Aqsa mosque.
It noted that the Israeli machineries are conducting an extensive digging in north, south, west and centre of Silwan, near the historical water spring; which belong entirely to the Islamic Waqf.
Total costs at the issuance of the mining title including the soil geochem and pits digging preliminary surveys will amount to $150,000 cdn for Raymor.
Active gold diggings now cover an area of 4 square kilometers.
Etruscan is carrying out an induced polarization (IP) survey in the central portion of the diggings and has defined a coincident very strong chargability high and resistivity low anomaly (similar to the IP response at the Samira deposit) for a strike length of 4 kilometers and still open in both directions.
which has artisanal gold diggings identical to the Koe Koe
The Bokoro gold digging site located 15 km to the northwest,