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heave

the horizontal displacement of rock strata at a fault

heave

[hēv]
(geology)
The horizontal component of the slip, measured at right angles to the strike of the fault.
(mining engineering)
A rising of the floor of a mine caused by its being too soft to resist the weight on the pillars.
A predominantly upward movement of the surface of the soil due to expansion or displacement.
(oceanography)
The motion imparted to a floating body by wave action.

heave

The upward movement of soil caused by expansion or displacement resulting from phenomena such as moisture absorption, the removal of overburden, the driving of piles, and the action of frost.
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AN exciting energy flows as something you are currently involved with is rapidly reaching the turning point where the home stretch will hove into view, so don't blow too much energy or cash on what you don't need to do right now.
And just when Liverpool fans must be praying the worst is over, Everton hove into view next week hoping to heap more misery on their more illustrious neighbours.
There they were, swinging into action armed to the teeth as a flotilla of merchant ships hove into view, and some of the unarmed people on board had the brass neck to fight back with whatever they could lay their hands on - tins of tuna, mobile phones, even iron bars.
So you can see why the armed security guards get a bit trigger happy when strangers like me hove into view.
After a satisfying start, we relished the thought of our main courses, which soon hove into view.
She might consider that seeing her sour features hove into view is not a cue for most people to roll out the red carpet,and I wonder how many people were decking the streets with bunting for a Street-Porter street party when she happened to visit other parts of the UK.
However, a health warning may have been appropriate when the Two Fat Ladies hove into view.
The same survey found that a fifth of youngsters thought Oliver Cromwell was at the Battle of Hastings and a tenth believed Victoria was on the throne when the Spanish Armada hove into view.
I know how to make money - shoot the bear," was one quip as the mascot hove into view.
So you can see why the armed security guards get a bit triggerhappy when strangers like me hove into view.
Just as its hazardous to wander around areas where a youth might hove into view and make a less than edifying spectacle behind your back, there are dangers in being set up for a picture.