sunken pit

sunken pit

A pit which is lower (on all sides) than the surrounding area.
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There were gullies and ravines, and holes like gravel-pits, cut in ice; lumps and scattered pieces frozen down to the original floor of the floe; blotches of old black ice that had been thrust under the floe in some gale and heaved up again; roundish boulders of ice; saw-like edges of ice carved by the snow that flies before the wind; and sunken pits where thirty or forty acres lay below the level of the rest of the field.
We hunt in sunken pit blinds in rice and cornfields as well as a buckbrush slough.
new internal sunken pit section forming bus maintenance area and deepening of the existing pits.
That the play is not completely depressing is thanks to the songs which regularly break up the action (the musicians are squeezed into a sunken pit in the middle of the floor), and the humour and fortitude of the characters under the most desperate of circumstances.
Walking around Highgreen, she found that while sheep might outnumber people, the area bears plenty of signs of an industrial past, including lime kilns and sunken pit shafts.
The deal clears the way for the site's conversion from a sunken pit into one of the largest office, retail and transportation hubs in the city; development that was originally envisioned in a 2002 master plan of the site by architect Daniel Libeskind but which has been plagued by false starts and infighting.
Carved out of stone, this huge sunken pit held enough room for two with gold taps placed conveniently on the side.
In 1986, for instance, Contraband rolled and tumbled in the enormous sunken pit left by a fatal San Francisco arson fire eleven years earlier that had burned a Mission District flophouse to the ground.
Cu-kvr stations.sw-iii: rajahmundry - repairs to damaged and broken ac sheet roof of sunken pit shed in menu car shed.
We hunt in sunken pit blinds in rice and corn fields as well as a buckbrush slough.
The specter of the Twin Towers still haunts the area, the silhouette of their footprints still vaguely visible in the sunken pit that was their home just across the street.
Sunken pit blinds have been around for generations and they continue to be the most popular way to hunt in open fields.