from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Piles; piling: as, the spiling must be renewed.
- noun The edge-curve of a plank or strake.
- noun plural In ship-building, the dimensions of the curve or sny of a plank's edge, commonly measured by means of a batten fastened for the purpose on the timbers.
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- verb Present participle of
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Work on the 220 drift has slowed as crews encounter increasingly difficult conditions that require a special tunneling technique called spiling that uses steel supports to prevent the new tunnel from collapsing.
Minde you only those RFK coments (and if you wont even REGRET, not apology; and regret expresed in form "IF" I offended - that is mockery) It is right that she can do waht wont, but super delegats can do what moraly OK - stop her poison spiling even longer.
I rushed forrard, and raised her to my arms: spiling thereby a new weskit and a pair of crimson smalcloes.
It's a long read, but the gems like that and Sam 'spiling a beadle' filling him in are well worth the wait.
Again, just to recap: A key agent of the FBI has been arrested on charges of spiling -- spying, rather.
With a bound, Willy Horse cleared the spiling and leaped to the river bed to finish his victim.
Is about this here "spiling the River" which snarlers set down to our sort.
But all in wane, they wood keep running down that bewtifool face as if enamelled with its buty; and quite heedless of how they was a spiling of her new ivory cullered sattin dress that Maddam ELISE's yung ladies had been a workin on up to five a clock that werry arternoon.
About 1839, he took his new spile-driver to Maumee Bay and drove about nine hundred feet of spiling around Turtle Island, filling the enclosed space with earth to the height of three feet, to protect the light-house.
Then the spiling gave way under the strain that for several minutes had been put upon it, and the dam went out with a crash and a roar, accompanied by a series of terrifying explosions.