airhole


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airhole

[′er‚hōl]
(mining engineering)
A small excavation or hole made to improve ventilation by communication with other workings or with the surface.
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Arriving before the inn at which his master and himself had made such an enormous repast, he approached Athos and said, showing him the airhole of the cellar:
Or I can buy a shirt that fits my neck perfectly, but billows out about my body, as if I'd just put my head through the airhole of a parachute.
The wadi traverses through an airhole of ophiolite rocks known geologically as Al Hawasnah airhole.
Each Bear-Gram gift includes free gourmet caramels and a gift card in a fun box with an airhole.
the airhole of a ball), in which case 'sit' is chosen.
the lavatory with its Jeyes Fluid and solitary airhole .
Both sites, which we see only at night, are characterized by brightly lit and colorful signage-- Ahab's complete with a revolving whale that blows out steam through its airhole.
Each one is delivered with a free gift card and gourmet chocolate in their famous gift box with airhole.
The man said: "You would be OK in there with an airhole.
Each Bear is delivered with free gourmet chocolate and a gift card in a fun box with an airhole.
As though to cap off its charm, a cloud of bubbles bursts from the airhole at the top of its head like a cheery exclamation point.
Each Bear-Gram gift includes a free gourmet chocolate and a gift card in a fun box with an airhole.