bug holes

bug holes

Small regular or irregular cavities, usually not exceeding 5/8 in. (15 mm) in diameter, resulting from entrapment of air bubbles in the surface of formed concrete during placing and compaction.
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By providing consistent consolidation, the vibrator helps operators produce stronger casts with fewer bug holes or voids.
Much of the wood that I use already has worm holes in it because I let the logs sit awhile outside before I mill them into lumber (sometimes even on purpose), so I have a head start, but there will still often be spots without bug holes where the wood needs a little extra love.
We remove the yellow leaves and the leaves with bug holes in the field prior to taking them to the processing shed to be washed in ice cold water baths.
Gather up those clubs to melt into anchors, use cup markers to flag bug holes on the reefs, and expand water hazards into ponds to breed snook, tarpon, bass and brim.
The foam fills all the voids, eroded areas, bug holes, and missing mortar joints; and restores the surface to its original emplacement.
They also want to see "nice, fresh, green foliage, not leaves with bug holes or dust on them.
To be absolutely politically correct about the subject, you can shoot those little bug holes with American ammunition, German ammunition, English ammunition, Russian ammunition, Czech ammunition, Mexican ammunition and brands of ammunition made in Upper Slabovia.
Careful selection of plants helps ward off insect pests, and the Loisys are willing to overlook occasional bug holes in leafy greens like cabbage.
Next, a surfacing coat of closed cell foam is applied to fill all the voids, eroded areas, bug holes and missing mortar joints to restore the surface to its original condition.