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gassy

[′gas·ē]
(mining engineering)
A coal mine rating by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, applicable when an ignition occurs or if a methane content exceeding 0.25% can be detected; work must be halted if the methane exceeds 1.5% in a return airway.
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The Company secured 10 meters of coal and carbonaceous shale and 6 meters of gassy sandstone that has all been put in sealed containers and forwarded for desorption testing.
Jim Goldie, trainer of Nanton and Merchant Of Dubai "Nanton disappointed at Doncaster, he was just a bit free and a bit gassy for his first start of the season.
Cows genetically modified to be less gassy? The U.S.
Bill White deciding to travel to points far from Austin and Dallas while President Barack Obama visits the state today to raise money and speak at the University of Texas presents us with yet another mountain-out-of-a-molehill political story in the long, hot summer of gassy coverage of the governor's race.
The Paranui #11 well spud on 2 June 2010 and reached its final depth of 1,035m after intersecting 30 metres of gassy coal.
A spiral galaxy's gassy disk, full of younger stars, results from new gas falling in later.
You can choose from the SL1 range of channel impellor options which makes them ideal for sewage applications or from our SLV SuperVortex range that are ideal for liquids with a high solids, fibres and gassy sludge content.
Stanley wanders down by the river where he runs into Alice, Nutsy and Gassy Jack.
In the court case, Evans was said to have followed Mrs Davies, of Penarth, to the toilet at Gassy Jack's Pub in Salisbury Road, Cathays, Cardiff, during a lunch to celebrate her promotion, and "accosted" her.
This gassy tendency in his writing reached a pinnacle (or perhaps a debacle) in Job: A Comedy of Justice, as painful a read as I've ever endured.
Scientists are working to find a diet that will help cows be less gassy.