- v. present participle of excavate.
“It was there, while touring the magnificent ruins of ancient temples and tombs, that she became interested in Egyptian hieroglyphics and spirituality, and conceived of the idea of excavating a site herself.”
“I still like the idea of excavating the whole pipe and cutting off a section.”
“Emerson never noticed when he was being cut dead, so matters had progressed peacefully enough until my husband got the notion of excavating Sir Harold's barrow.”
“The defense argues the case should be dismissed since the state ruined important evidence in the case -- namely excavating the crime scene where Caylee Anthony's remains were found.”
“The installation also had a performance element to it: mock archeologists in the center of the festival space "excavating" and documenting on a drafting table, drowned in measurements and relics illustrated the "authenticity" of the dig.”
“Pigging" is cheaper and faster than other approved methods, such as excavating dirt to perform eyeball checks.”
“She also was a digital evidence recovery specialist, an expert at "excavating" a hard drive -- searching it for hidden or erased data (accordingly, such officers were also known as computer archaeologists).”
“OpEdNews - Article: Why "excavating" Al Aqsa is a bad idea: It's like "excavating" the Sistine Chapel”
“So when Ehud Olmert started talking recently about "excavating" around Al Aqsa mosque and then started laying out the construction cones and cordoning off the "site", Palestinians knew exactly what that meant: Al Aqsa mosque had just been issued the Israeli neo-con code word for "You're screwed".”
“Well, obviously the answer could only be discovered by "excavating" under the Sistne Chapel.”
Looking for tweets for excavating.