bell hole

bell hole

[′bel ‚hōl]
(mining engineering)
One of the holes or excavations made at the section joints of a pipeline for the purpose of repairs.
A conical cavity in a coal mine roof caused by the falling of a large concretion.
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And the former world No.1, who dumped his tee shot in Rae's Creek protecting the 155-yard Golden Bell hole in Amen Corner, raised his arms in mock triumph after finding the green 13 feet from the pin before making a two-putt par.
The match was won by Ron Smith of Horden with a cod of 5lb 13oz taken from the Bell Hole, Ben Shepherd was runner up with one of 5lb 9.8oz.
Services offered by Mears include engineering; pre- assessment; indirect assessment; surveys; direct examinations; post assessment; construction services including ILI preparation (inline inspection), ILI validation, ILI repairs, pipeline excavation and bell hole inspections, recoating, cathodic protection installation, casing repairs and HDD.
DAIRY DATES October 3rd: Horden beach, Bell Hole to Deneholme, 5pm-10pm.
Jinkerson and Walters utilized the machines to help dig out a large bell hole for access to welding the pipe.
Investigative bell hole examinations of polyethylene tape-coated lines within the system showed an insidious type of corrosion was occurring, namely external metal loss under a disbonded, cathodic protection-shielding coating.
It was the Bell Hole at Horden which produced the winning fish ( a cod of 4.26lb ( one of only a handful taken, to take the pounds 2,000 first prize for Paul Milburn, of Easington.
It was the Bell Hole at Horden which produced the winning fish - a cod of 4.26lb - one of only a handful taken, to take the pounds 2,000 first prize for Paul Milburn, of Easington.