- v. present participle of shovel.
“If the cost of shoveling is low compared to the benefit of getting out of the drift, it will be in your interest to shovel by yourself.”
“But if the cost of shoveling is low compared to the costs of doing nothing, then a mixed strategy will be optimal.”
“Also, I’m a runner and can’t abide indoor running, so shoveling is about the only good exercise I get on a day like today.”
“I don’t like the backache which sometimes follows, but I love the motion involved in shoveling snow.”
“Gordon highlights the Indianapolis Star's attempts to go beyond the traditional role that Web sites play in mainstream media organisations, which is to say shoveling their journalism products out with little to no effort.”
“I hadn't planned on spending $700, but I don't like the idea of shoveling the street again, either.”
“That's why I gave up the idea of shoveling dirt for a career and pursued a business career.”
“Community leaders and advocates howled at the idea of shoveling taxpayer money to a company that in 2004 made over $3 billion in profits.”
“Every time liberals win an election, a victory defined as a shoveling a Democrat into office, their intellectuals indulge in an odd, portentous imputation.”
“He does not fondly recall shoveling the snow off the theater's roof last winter, and he is not enamored of being the company's handyman and bathroom cleaner as well as its producer, director, house manager, etc.”
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