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drifting

[′drif·tiŋ]
(mining engineering)
Tunneling along the strike of a lode.
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Finally her glance chanced to fall upon the rope in the bow of the dugout, and, making one end of this fast to the chain, she succeeded in drifting the canoe slowly down until it lay directly beneath the ladder.
For a few minutes Anne, drifting slowly down, enjoyed the romance of her situation to the full.
Allan the next day, "and it seemed like years while the flat was drifting down to the bridge and the water rising in it every moment.
There will be a number of these machines for hire for anyone who wishes to try drifting on a slower scale.
The record was set in the second attempt during the launch of the "Nissan 370Z Drift Experience" which will offer the opportunity to learn and perfect the art of drifting, a statement said.
When testing the SX2, the first thing I noticed was the tire's predictability, which is extremely important not only in drifting competition but also for every day driving on the streets," said Wolfson, noting that the tire is also extremely durable.
Both of tonight's activities can be enjoyed for BD10, while participation in just the drag or the drifting costs BD7.
Due to its fast turns and curves when you re drifting your car in Yas Marina Circuit you have to always take it to the limit which makes for really exciting races to the fans attending.
Car drifting is not a race; in fact, it's more like figure skating in a car than a dash to the finish line, and while it seems like its premise is about losing control, the driver is more poised than he makes it appear.
A nose-hooked live bait on a flatline is always good while drifting across deep structure.
JDM ALLSTARS are preparing to usher in a new era of drifting here on Teesside.
QRC has got the world class team and it is already involved in the drag racing, sand drag racing and free drifting.