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underground:

see guerrilla warfareguerrilla warfare
[Span.,=little war], fighting by groups of irregular troops (guerrillas) within areas occupied by the enemy. When guerrillas obey the laws of conventional warfare they are entitled, if captured, to be treated as ordinary prisoners of war; however, they are
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What does it mean when you dream about being underground?

A dream of being underground may indicate that the dreamer has subconscious issues that have been kept under wraps. Going down under to retrieve them shows a readiness to bring them back up to the surface.

underground

[¦ən·dər¦grau̇nd]
(engineering)
Situated, done, or operating beneath the surface of the ground.

underground

Below grade or ground level, as underground drain lines or cables.

underground

1. 
a. a movement dedicated to overthrowing a government or occupation forces, as in the European countries occupied by the German army in World War II
b. (as modifier): an underground group
2. an electric passenger railway operated in underground tunnels
3. 
a. any avant-garde, experimental, or subversive movement in popular art, films, music, etc.
b. (as modifier): the underground press
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Pre-production capital costs to develop the underground mine are estimated at $195 million.
The Edison Electric Institute (EEI), an association of shareholder-owned electric companies, conducts an ongoing study and gathers data about "undergrounding," replacing overhead power cable with underground cable.
When he tried to impose new limits on coal dust in underground mines and take control of the industry-run dust-sampling program, the United Mine Workers--usually his ally--blocked the measures as inadequate.
As part of a master's thesis, Dean Lupini is working on a project to develop a moveable stem on a chair that will transmit wireless messages to an underground machine.
Most scholars agree that as many as 40 percent of all fugitive slaves escaping enslavement crossed the Ohio River, making Cincinnati the gateway to more than 500 Underground Railroad routes that cut through Ohio-one of the most traveled states in the nation.
Also, later underground blasts nearby jostled the rocks and triggered subsidence.
Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers, in his 2001 memoir Fugitive Days, admits that the bomb would have done "some serious work beyond the blast, tearing through windows and walls and, yes, people too.
Schneider estimates the underground economy is 27 percent of the GDP in Italy; Russia, 45 percent; Bolivia, 65 percent; and Nigeria, 76 percent.
If you're tight and if you know somebody's tight--all you underground emcees--hopefully you're gonna get sown with 'em.
mined uranium collapsed, there has been little mining activity in underground or surface operations.
9 and the ISB for the Dodge Ram truck underground and we're in the process of certifying engines from 65 to 650 hp for use underground," said Ed Claypool.

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