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inby

[′in¦bī]
(mining engineering)
Away from the shaft or mine entrance and therefore toward the working face.
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We'll nivvor git hyem nee mair, thes black damp inby, nee way ti thu sky an' nee God iboot us ti care.
A transport authority spokesman said: ``Final written bids have to be inby January 24.
As for Hazard, he should accept hisred card and be allowed to move on"without further punishment, while" appreciating the irony of being done inby play-acting in the mould of his own.
Carroll hopes his upturn in form warrants an England call-up this week ahead of friendlies against Spain and Sweden but inby sists all he can do is concentrate on his job at Liverpool.
He said: "We got punished for not concentrating, players played themselves into the team, but players can also play themselves out as well - we willhavetwo fresh players inby theend of this week.
He has posted a message on his Facebook site which says: "Can someone tell Ukip that I actually offered to resign last week yet this week they tried to get the first boot inby telling the council that I've been kicked out
The fact is that if you see an Aston Martin DB9 V12 cruising the lanes of North Wales, the likelihood is it's been driven inby someone who regards such things as toys and North Wales as their playground.