sand line

sand line

[′san ‚līn]
(engineering)
A wire line used to raise and lower a bailer or sand pump to remove cuttings from a borehole.
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Youssef, who came up with the idea of breaking the sand line defences using water, served part of his military career building the Aswan High Dam, which brought him to the idea of using water to break the giant 100 km line Israel built on the eastern side of the Suez Canal to prevent Egyptian forces from entering Sinai for six years.
To replace it, the company purchased and installed an automated green sand line, doubling the capacity while needing fewer than half the number of people to run it.
"I don't think people realise the enormous amount of pressure that is on you at the bottom of the league, trying to keep clubs above the sand line is very dicult, very consuming and it can at times be very draining.
He added: "The pressure is enormous at the bottom of the league trying to keep clubs above the sand line.
I admire Ratan for drawing a sand line between corporate management and control.
With the new whip rule now in force would a white line or sand line across the track at the furlong pole help?
Optional equipment includes a water injection pump, mud pump, tool lubricator and tank, operator seat and a sand line winch.
Divers will slice that piece off at the sand line and leave it at the bottom of the crater the ship once occupied, to be buried once the hole fills in.
These included moving the marker-poles 20 yards behind the starting tape and it was also concluded that a sand line will be laid on the ground between the markerpoles, giving the jockeys a definitive line that must not be crossed before the race has started.
They could navigate the boardwalk to the beach--all the way to the sand line. That's as far as they could go, unless they bought or rented special wheelchairs from private suppliers.
Dixie Cut Stone & Marble, Inc., operates four lines at its Bridgeport, MI-based plant: a concrete manufacturing line; a bagged stone and sand line; a cut-limestone line; and a marble and granite line.