mouse hole

mouse hole

[′mau̇s ‚hōl]
(petroleum engineering)
A drill hole under the derrick floor cased with a suspended drill pipe, to be connected later on the drill string.
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Tenders are invited for Sanitary Materials Lame, Mouse Hole, Vacutainer Needles, Paper, Spatulas, Lancets, Etc.
Or like a cat watching a mouse hole, be constantly alert, knowing that one glance elsewhere could mean the loss of the mouse.
The sting caused the magic ring to fall from his hand and roll along the floor and into a small mouse hole.
Neighbour Hu Ling said: "I saw Li with a big bag of food and crumbs and followed her as she went to every mouse hole and left a pile outside.
Here, the Macedonian side should not hide in a mouse hole.
A dead fly was also found near takeaway boxes on top of the hot food display cabinet and a mouse hole was found in the skirting in the corner, near bins used to dispose of fat.
All he has to do is withdraw the cheese and block the mouse hole with a plank of wood.
Roslyn would really like to meet a penguin so she's going to dig a hole--not a tiny mouse hole or a medium-sized rabbit hole but the biggest hole on earth.
On an adjacent wall, a black ceramic cat lay expectantly on a pedestal mounted in front of a black paperboard mouse hole (After the Love Is Gone, 2009), while in the next room a boot with a roof (reminiscent of the nursery rhyme "The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe") emitted a scarcely audible recording of Kunath puttering around his Berlin apartment as the matching boot in the pair sat uselessly on the floor.
TAKE him to the next-door canine hydro pool and put your pooch through a dog agility course when you stay at Mouse Hole Cottage, Cumbria.
As Peter's search went on, further digging revealed that the Harvey roots lie in the Cornish fishing village of Mouse hole at least 300 years ago.
The property stands elevated from the Tundridge Brook, in Suckley, Worcestershire, overlooking Mouse Hole Bridge, amid an area of particular natural beauty.
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