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mucking

[′mək·iŋ]
(engineering)
Clearing and loading broken rock and other excavated materials, as in tunnels or mines.
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JB is also still known to go straight from his early morning mucking out sessions to his presenting roles on BBC's Songs of Praise and Cbeebies children's show Down on the Farm.
Skills demonstrated at the annual games include operating a pneumatic drill called a jackleg, a hammer-and-chisel type drill called a single jack or hand steel and the swede saw, commonly called the bow saw; mucking, which is also known as shoveling, plus mine surveying, gold panning and track standing, which requires contestants to erect a section of railroad track.
The Mucking site is an archaeological dig of about 44 acres and 400 structures near Mucking in southern Essex.
this new series, presented by Amanda GiVe a peT a hoMe (iTV, Wednesday, 8pm) w In this new series, presented by Amanda Holden, pictured, a team of famous faces will be mucking in (and mucking out) at newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Birmingham, caring for mistreated and abandoned creatures.
"While plenty of people would probably quite enjoy the sight of a warden mucking out a particularly smelly cage, they'd be less thrilled to find they're picking up the tab."
It has helped horse lover Mandy launch her equine care company Muck Out, providing essential care, grooming, exercise and mucking out services to horse owners.