making hole

making hole

[′māk·iŋ ¦hōl]
(petroleum engineering)
During a drilling operation, deepening the well bore, with reference to progress at a given time.
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"There will be white men come digging," he said; "white men with engines that blow, making holes under the ground and cutting trees."
"Thousands of lovely things grow on it and there are thousands of little creatures all busy building nests and making holes and burrows and chippering or singing or squeaking to each other.
The brunt of this steep rise of prices is directly being faced by the common people, as this hike is making hole in their pockets, the reports said.
1) Making hole for installation of exhaust fan of size upto 450 mm sweep by demolishing brick work manually/by mechanical means including disposal of malba within 50 meter lead and making good the wall by plastering etc.
Tenders are invited for Making Hole For Providing Exhaust Fan In Typeii Quarters Under Service Centre No 262 At Cgroad New Delhi Dg 201617
Today dad phoned, he's got to stay So won't be home to see the play I wanted him to hear me sing The song is for the baby king My friend Liam's a shepherd too I had to show him what to do He's always messing round with things Like making holes in Angels' wings Tripped over Mary's long blue dress Fell into the manger - that was a mess!
During this time, she also is banned from making holes or otherwise damaging the boundary fencing between nearby houses.
the "The cleaner was in on Tuesday evening and heard thumping and saw a group of three youths kicking and clawing at the greenhouse and making holes in some of the poly-cover panels.
Deborah Young, 57, was making holes for fence posts when she spotted it.
"The firefighters had to resort to making holes in the dhows and sink it to put out the fire," Ahmad explained.
But Michaela says people in towns can help them - by making holes under their garden fences so they can roam around.