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spoil

[spȯil]
(mining engineering)
The overburden or nonore material from a coal mine.
A stratum of coal and dirt mixed.

spoil

Material from excavating or dredging.
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"So yes, I was spoiled, but as you go through life and you don't always get what you want, you start to realize that you have to adjust to life.
The Food Department wants to auction 1,590 bags of spoiled wheat lying in different parts of Chitral.
A State Security patrol arrested 11 people Thursday in the Minyeh-Dinnieh district after finding over a ton of spoiled meat in a Beddawi warehouse.
Together the four boys who make up Spoiled, Chris on bass, Mark on drums, Alex on guitar and Stef on vocals and guitar, will be going into the recording studio over the next few months to make sure that anyone who can't make their live gigs doesn't have to miss out on their music.
As k from the officers who have spoiled this case that they have done so on whose behest.
"I'm so excited to offer our moms a new way of shopping that will make their lives easier -- that's what The Spoiled Mama philosophy is all about."
Along with driving more revenue, Yestime will also work with spoiled Media to share data in order to enhance insights regarding events and consumer mobile habits.
Food can be lost or spoiled during the supply chain, from initial agricultural production to final household consumption.
MORE than 3,000 people in Wales spoiled their ballots at the General Election.
Food manufacturers add expiry dates to foods so you can tell when they are spoiled, but I look at expiry dates for other reasons.
So some dogs will be viewed as spoiled if we try to do things they don't enjoy and react in a way to inform us that they don't like what's happening.