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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It can't be represented by a gang of crooks passing bottles of urine through a mouse hole.
Yel and Mayen, who also hail from President Kiir's home state of Warrap, were also suspended a year before due to earlier loss of millions of dollars and South Sudanese pounds alleged to have been stolen from a mouse hole where the money was kept in the President's office.
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Or like a cat watching a mouse hole, be constantly alert, knowing that one glance elsewhere could mean the loss of the mouse.
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.
brick and wood grain, and the elephants seemingly made of handmade grey paper) and cartoon drawing, and the use of brightly-coloured boxes for some of the smaller pictures, this is a fun world with lots of detail to enjoy, especially the fully-furnished mouse hole.
All he has to do is withdraw the cheese and block the mouse hole with a plank of wood.
I laugh--in abandon--to have found this small joy in this ex-Communist concrete fiat, in this grey mouse hole, in this cold city, in this winter, in these grey years, in my relief, in our aloneness, in this small small country full of small people and us, and me, Natasha.
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.
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