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sandpit

[′san‚pit]
(civil engineering)
An excavation dug in sand, especially as a source of sand for construction materials.
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As a hatchery for collaborative innovation, the Innovation Sandpits are a key part of this offer.
Tomorrow is the last chance for families to take advantage of the sandpit, while "real-life" marauding pirates go walking around the shopping centre.
e sandpit is free and open every day and is already proving a great success with visitors.
Among the victims was 73-year-old Cruz Abel de Leon, who had owned the sandpit for almost fifty years.
Last year their dedicated token collecting won them PS190 for an outdoor sandpit.
Sandpit SWITCH: Little Tikes classic green turtle sandpit with lid, pounds 39.
Children at Ysgol Corn Hir in Llangefni were involved in designing, planning and then transforming part of the grounds into a learning zone with a sandpit and outdoor classroom.
Ten-year-old Ben stood grinning in what yesterday had been the sandpit.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, up to August 22, children can also enjoy craft making, digging for historical artefacts in the sandpit, or playing boules outside the Great Hall.
The duck took a 15-minute dip in a children's sandpit that had been filled with water, under the watchful eye of its owners.
SOLDIERS IN THE BIG SANDPIT KNOW THE CHALLENGE OF GETTING SUPPLIES ON TIME, IN THE RIGHT PLACE AND IN THE RIGHT QUANTITY.
A schoolboy suffered horrific burns when he jumped into a pit full of hot barbecue coals after mistaking it for a play sandpit.