“I'll set it up for you this way -- he says that they were just getting to what he calls the deepest part of the mine, the cover that was down about 2,000 feet from the surface of the mountain, what he called overburdened surface area, forcing weight down onto the coal seam, which was the tunnel, that main tunnel that they were digging through to try to get through to these miners.”
“These _idola_, which he calls the deepest fallacies of the human mind, are divided into four classes: Idola Tribus, Idola Specus, Idola Fori, Idola Theatri.”
“Sha-Ho had begun, but we were in the reserve, in what they called the deepest reserve, and we heard no sound of firing, neither did we receive any news of it.”
“I live and work and write in deepest rural France but I too adore Paris.”
“Spare a thought for us here in deepest darkest smalltown where we found that we could no longer give our patronage to the local kebab house.”
“Ellie Dixon lives in deepest rural Devon, England with her husband and two very large Newfoundland dogs.”
“Their appearance, in deepest summer, comes when life is often at its most untroubled.”
“A chap who would willingly spend two years in deepest Africa searching for the ultimate cup of coffee, yet who would uncomplainingly partake of the vile brew we were served that night, in the boudoir of the most notorious libertine and socialite of the age; such a man was, quite unmistakably, a fellow spirit.”
“Don't know how they plan on getting the job done though - the lake at it's deepest is 300 ft.!”
“Part of her Anxiety soup was the belief that we must never cover up the pulse at our throat, and, even in deepest winter, she left her own throat bare.”
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