day drift

day drift

[′dā ‚drift]
(mining engineering)
A mine passageway that has one end at the surface.
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Besides, the State Inspectorate Office for Environmental and Technical Safety revealed the company did not pay compensation for loss of 5 hectares of land for rural agricultural production, for loss of profits for the development of 2.5 hectares of land for the 2nd day drift, and for loss of 3 hectares of land of Jany-Alysh rural municipality for water line.
The large room with bath and separate shower is the perfect place to relax and let the hassles of the day drift away.
Add a little aroma- therapy oil and let the cares of the day drift away in a wisp of smoke.
Longtime local filmmaker Oliver Hockenhull will bring his latest documentary, Building Heaven, Remembering Earth: Confessions of a Fallen Architect, to the festival while other locals presenting features will be Scott Smith (rollercoaster), Ryan Bonder (Day Drift) and Ross Weber (No More Monkeys Jumping on the Bed).
India bowled their spinners for most of the afternoon rather than tire their three pace bowlers needlessly in a seemingly hopeless situation as the day drifted slowly.
Into Amina's life one day drifts Miriam (Ray)--a devoted housewife with two kids (plus one more on the way) and a patriarchal husband, Omar (Parvin Dabas)--who visits the care with her vampy sister-in-law, Farah (Natalie Becker).
Throughout his 20s Day drifted from job to job, gardening being the most regular work.
Most day drifts are in the long stretch of river south of Ennis and take six to eight hours.
Welsh, playing against his former club, struck from 20 metres in the fifth minute of injury time - but the wide-angled conversion attempt from Chris Day drifted wide.