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- adverb jargon, coalminers pertaining to the
directionaway from the coal face.
- adverb A short
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'outbye' moors beside 'The Bower' may now be haunted by the spirit of
'The Bower,' far outbye on the moorland beside the Blackburn Lynn.
They continued to walk outbye stopping occasionally for short breathers until they met James Henry, the underground manager, coming inbye with a rescue party.
Such was the ferocity the fire backed outbye against an air current of about 26,000 cubic feet per minute.
They tried to get outbye via the return airway but hastily retreated due to the heat and afterdamp.
Attempts to walk outbye past the friction gear were hampered by smoke coming inbye from the fire.