- n. Plural form of tunnel.
“What was interesting about the tunnels is they were about 4 feet up in the air.”
“That's what we call the tunnels; tunnels without an opening are called drifts.”
“The claustrophobic nature of the tunnels is captured to great effect, and later scenes involving select characters seeking escape through them are suspenseful and harrowing.”
“Vietnamese, who spend much of their time in tunnels where cooking fires smolder.”
“Metro had stored as many trains as officials said were practical in tunnels, but hundreds of trains were in rail yards, where the fleet had to be dug out by employees and contractors.”
“The 8 survivors of the crash were forced to live underground in tunnels for years.”
“How many people who had jobs are liveing in tunnels in vages. subway train tunnels, under bridges, familes torn apart liveing in cardboard boxes. think about were all one step from being there lot of these thought diffrent at one time.”
“It said it would show them the goblin tunnels under the Cat territory if they promised to kill some cats and mark them with one of its feathers as revenge for killing its brother.”
“It's a tough sell: Showcase art or open a restaurant 20 feet below ground in tunnels once used for trolley service and a fallout shelter.”
“Some 2,500 miners from Europe and countries with mining expertise, such as South Africa, have worked around the clock to move about 27 million tons of rock and rubble from the twin tunnels, working toward each other from opposite ends.”
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