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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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Therefore my vote was spoilt and I have not been allowed to vote.
Four vehicles used to transport the spoilt chicken were issued warnings for not maintaining the right temperature, and the two freezers that contained both fresh meat and spoilt samples were also isolated.
"The state is earnestly determined to fight the phenomenon of spoilt and expired food commodities sold by a small group of unconscientious expatriates," he said.
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The inspectors said they issued a warning only to the hypermarket because it was the first time they confiscated spoilt fish from there.
No one likes a spoilt brat but your friend won't see it - he's her angel.
"Rhianna will get spoilt rotten, but she is already spoilt."
Out of 29,571 ballots declared spoilt, 18,744 were rejected because of problems with the witness statement without the actual vote being considered.
AS a fifteen-year-old I believe that children today are spoilt. I have a younger brother who is 12, which gives me a good insight to his age group.
The singer has revealed that while he and partner David Furnish plan not to spoil Zachary silly with numerous gifts, he worries that he will be spoilt by fans, who send an "obscene" amount of presents.
Webber said: "We were spoilt with how good the race unfolded in Spa, so let's hope Monza is the same."