hillside quarry

hillside quarry

[′hil‚sīd ¦kwä·rē]
(mining engineering)
A quarry cut along a hillside.
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David O'Meara's Anderiego (11-2) came with a run on the outside under Danny Tudhope to take the Hillside Quarry Supporting The Ayrshire Hospice Handicap by a length and a quarter from Coincidentally.
Mr Burton told the Ormskirk hearing how he and a group of friends, including Mr McInnes, took a stroll around Hillside Quarry.
THE home of Braga, the Estadio AXA, was constructed for Euro 2004 and has been spectacularly carved out of a hillside quarry.
Cameron McInnes fell into the water at Hillside Quarry, in West Lancashire, shortly before 3pm on Sunday, after a rope swing he was on snapped.
Thorpe's impressive set-up includes two gallops - a tight oval in the valley floor and a winding, climbing funnel carved out of the hillside quarry that overlooks the former farmland.
The psychological profile of the suspects also suggests that Robert was killed near the hillside quarry, undermining speculation that he died elsewhere.
Olivenite is the most common copper arsenate and many specimens have been collected from the Hillside quarry at Stavoren.
Cameron McInnes fell into the water at Hillside Quarry, near Parbold, shortly before 3pm on Sunday when a rope swing he was on snapped.