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- noun (Mining) Undercutting in a bed of coal, in order to bring down the upper mass.
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- noun mining
undercuttingin a bedof coalin order to bring down the upper mass
- verb Present participle of
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Regarding the position of the nails, it goes without saying that the first consideration when 'holing' the shoe should be to punch the holes opposite to sound horn.
And it's not as if he did so by holing lots of putts.
It was the opposite of the governor of Louisiana during Katrina, projecting helplessness and loserdom, or the president flying over the storm, or the mayor holing up in a motel deciding this might be a good time for a breakdown.
I have just had a spell of not holing putts and it's been really frustrating, he says.
A lot has changed since 1994, but even still pigeon-holing California as a “liberal” state never has really worked.
He soon discovered that "holing yourself up in your office is not the way to learn about what's happening in the organization."
So I was able to do all the parts that involved holing up in carrels and filling out innumerable index cards in Austin.
The Republicans unwillingness to compromise in Congress and your comment are both driven by the same simplistic, pigeon-holing perspective.
That bad times pass, that keeping going when things look bleak is better than holing up, and that a disaster is not always the end of a project.
Once again, I am not condemning belief in an all-powerful being, but pigeon-holing yourself is just silly.