Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In leadmining, a floor or staging of wood built across the lode over the miners' heads, and on which the refuse was thrown, so that the mine, originally begun as an open work, became covered over for its whole length, except under the “stowses” or windlasses. The same thing was repeated lower down, the process being a sort of combination of the cast-after-cast method and of underhand stoping. The process is no longer used.
- n. Plural form of bunning.
“May 8, 2010 at 11:17 AM titanium geek – try bunnings – I got some there a while back as in a few years.”
“I will no longer buy flat pack furniture from either bunnings or officeworks.”
“July 16, 2008 at 2:19 PM either that, or just buy a set of ‘allen’ key bits from bunnings that gives you all sizes – you can then drop into your electric drill”
“What I want to achieve is something like the vertical menu on bunnings warehouse web site”
“I was pissed off to be told at bunnings that triton was finnished.”
“i have the Diggers Isopropyl alcohol (100% isopropanol) from bunnings”
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