wet hole

wet hole

[′wet ‚hōl]
(engineering)
A borehole that traverses a water-bearing formation from which the flow of water is great enough to keep the hole almost full of water.
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I was sure every airplane in the world was being vectored right at me to get through that smooth but wet hole I had just traversed.
Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort.
But last night, the 19-year-old said: "They left my mother down there in a dark, wet hole for six hours and I can never forgive them for that.
The shrapnel had gone down into the other's brain and he died in that stinking, wet hole with an unfinished letter to his mom in his top pocket, curled like he was asleep.
Three mines use heavy ANFO in both dry and wet hole conditions, due to either wet holes or difficult rock blastability.
A similar figure could be prepared for wet hole and other formulations.
Between the attacks the men would lay in their wet holes and pray for relief.
Blasting will be conducted using non-electric down-hole delay detonators, with ANFO for dry holes and emulsion explosives for wet holes.
For wet holes this graph can also be used, with slight adjustments during test blasting.
Prior to the trial, the mine was loading dry holes with a 30:70 mixture (30% emulsion and 70% ANFO) and wet holes with 100% gassed emulsion.
you love filling my holes little wet holes because my ears are
Water will be directed to places within the field where it will lie, creating wet holes and the risk of even greater compaction next year.