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bashing

[′bash·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
The building of walls and nonporous stoppings for the complete isolation of a district of a mine in which a fire has occurred.
The complete stowing of old mine workings or roadways after all equipment has been removed.
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The tragedy has once again brought to focus the suitability of taking small children for adventurous trips like desert safari or at least the need to avoid the dangerous leg of dune bashing during such trips.
The earlier gay bashings on Clapham Common were not communicated by the police to the wider LGBT community.
Gay bashing isn't as big a problem in Ireland as here, but we are going over to study the entire issue and to say, 'You don't have to suffer in silence - fight back'.
That is using seemingly hard evidence while bashing the competition to sell a product, process or point of view.
This decision making sequence implies that bashing by the administration can only influence future inflation rates and not the current inflation rate.
Aside from the Religious Right, the leading sectarian force bashing public education and working to siphon away its tax support is the Roman Catholic hierarchy.
Gay bashing has increased 300 per cent in Oregon since the statewide anti-gay measure was proposed there, including a firebombing and two deaths.
The police investigation is ongoing, but Meuse and others can't help but wonder if the attack is a gay bashing related to her participation in the Day of Silence.
We've been bashing our leaders for more than 200 years.