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  • Excavate the rivers deeply, plant many trees, built some more cyclone center, make some embankments and save the deprived and ill fated subjects of this area and last of all save Bangladesh.

    Plant tree, re-excavate rivers and save Bangladesh.

  • As Jim Price recalls, at the time it was just another job: Excavate the odd bulge on the east side of the main mound at the Towosaghy site near New Madrid, Missouri, and record the staircase everyone expected him to find.

    In Search of Ancient Earthquakes

  • Excavate a few more minor sounding trenches to document possible older building phases of the villa.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Urban Mansion Report 1

  • · Excavate a foundation at the foot of the slope until you find a sound layer to build on.

    2.1 Retaining walls

  • · Excavate a foundation in the gully bed until you find a sound layer to build on.

    2.1 Retaining walls

  • Excavate as necessary to ensure an even upper surface to the stone pitching.

    2.1 Retaining walls

  • · Excavate a foundation until a sound layer to build on is located.

    2.1 Retaining walls

  • · Excavate a foundation on a band of rock that is as hard as possible: this must be underneath the band that is being replaced by the prop wall and must show evidence of much greater resistance to erosion.

    2.1 Retaining walls

  • - Excavate at the chosen place, to dimensions greater than the trap to be built.

    Chapter 3

  • Excavate the earth around the well head to a depth of about

    1. Water in camps of Displaced people

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