net fill

net fill

In an excavation on a hillside (in a particular area), the required fill minus the required cut.
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With a net fill of 1-oz., this latest addition fits well with the 2-oz., 3.5-oz., 4-oz., 6-oz.
The Nancy Glen prawn trawler sank because a new crane on deck made it so unstable it could not cope as its net filled with mud as it turned, a report has found.
Naval authorities quickly found a simple way to outwit them by using a net filled with scrap metal dragging at the rear of the ship to make a loud sound to cover the sounds coming from the propeller.
A giant net filled with red-yellow-blue balloons had been hanging from the ceiling of the Smart-Araneta Coliseum since Sunday.
They do as he says and the net fills with so many fish the men can't lift it.
That said, the label 'genius' hasn't been bandied around since he took out a full licence in 1998, as Dartnall has failed to translate his empire-building to the professional ranks, a high-water mark of 31 in 2007-08 representing a net filled only with little fish.
Bailey, who played on the right wing, was a fine goalscorer whose prowess in front of the net filled many a goal-tender with dread.
They also replicated the miracle where Peter is struggling to catch fish until Jesus tells him to cast his net on the other side of the boat - and his net fills up with fish.
Since the 1920s, the community had been hosting a fishing and feasting event in which participants hauled in a large net filled with fish.