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inby

[′in¦bī]
(mining engineering)
Away from the shaft or mine entrance and therefore toward the working face.
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When the fender pillar was 6 ft wide, the load transfer occurred at the outby concrete and inby shields, and the shearer easily cut both the coal and concrete.
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And while Bassey graces the soundtrack with a sweeping John Barryesque orchestral number entitled Guardian of the Highlands - her first new recording since 2009 - Connery has been lured out of retirement to lend his inby stantly recognisable voice to the title role, making it his first acting gig since unofficially quitting movies after 2003's fantasy box-office flop The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
But results have barely been much better since and the manager knows he has to get his side back on the winning trail in December to justify the huge financial outlayput inby the Malaysians.
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A transport authority spokesman said: ``Final written bids have to be inby January 24.
It is equipped with inby and outby drill assemblies on each side.
On the face, part of the air enters the gob in front of the shearer (choosing the path of least resistance) and comes back on the face inby the shearer.
* "After the explosion, the joint investigation expert panel used computer modeling to establish the ventilation sufficiency at the time of the explosion and found air supply to the inby areas of the mine would have been fragile, particularly in an emergency."