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outby

[′au̇t¦bī]
(mining engineering)
Toward the mine entrance or shaft and therefore away from the working face.
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In 1 Right, a 20-ft-wide conventional recovery was attempted, but ended up being 12 ft wide from the shield tips to the outby coal rib.
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Craig Alcock headed wide from a McCann corner and Mark Little's shotfrom an acute angle was bundled outby Palace keeper Julian Speroni.
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Old Pitmatic words like inbye and outby, meaning towards the coal face and back to the lift shaft, were once commonly heard in Northumberland's mining communities, but the language of pitmen is disappearing now, Neil says.
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Mrs MacKeown said a third autopsy would be carried outby British police.