mud pit

mud pit

[′məd ‚pit]
(engineering)
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Two new piggy valves later and he's as happy as Babe in a mud pit.
Yet, he writes, those same organic farmers can quickly cave after Wilbur makes a mud pit of pasture and flower beds alike.
In freestyle, you have the dangals ( mud pit wrestling) and other small competitions at home.
The same weekend that the two Missouri participants died, a Michigan man was paralyzed when he dove headfirst into the mud pit of a Warrior Dash race outside Detroit.
The mortgage broker slipped into a small enclosure that led to a mud pit 18 feet deep and 10 feet wide, according to the (http://www.
Spoil came out in a slurry which was put in hoppers, hoisted out of the entry pit and deposited in a mud pit for hauling away to a dump site.
It can be a mud pit belly-flopping contest in Georgia, women in England playing hockey underwater or beach wrestling at the Oregon Coast.
Search for "safety," or just scroll down and look for a guy coming out of a mud pit.
Toilet-seat throwing, bobbing for uncooked pig legs, flipping cigarettes and mud pit belly flops - just make sure your mullet is in shape for this one.
JULY: Redneck Games - East Dublin, Georgia, USA Toilet-seat throwing, bobbing for uncooked pig legs, flipping cigarettes and mud pit belly flops - just make sure your mullet is in shape for this one.
Washington, July 12 (ANI): Started in 1996 as a spoof for the summer Olympics held in Atlanta, the 15th annual Summer Redneck Games featured some unique sports contests such as bobbing for pigs' feet, watermelon pip spitting, toilet seat tossing and mud pit belly flop.
In addition, "Oinkers" can head to the Mud Pit to discuss everything from learning more about something heard or read related to saving, investment or economics, to asking other Oinkers to weigh in on the pros and cons of a particular stock purchase.