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  • It's a tiny start to getting smart underearth imaging -- a baby step towards a subterranean Google mapping.

    Catastrophes Play Second Fiddle To Climate Change

  • For though the creature had seen many deeps and darknesses in the underearth, it had never yet found the Abyss.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • Judging from the road, it seemed to the children that most of the underearth was hollow, a great mass of caverns laced together by underground waterways, but Nolo assured them the world was solid enough.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • You're few, and have all of underearth in which to carve your will.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • "But it might take them a while to think to seal off the ways to the underearth as well."

    Reiffeins Choice

  • "Very different from powers of earth or underearth.

    Another Roadside Attraction

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  • As we have seen, fairies live in a world underground, an underearth; this means that they know things – they know where buried treasure lies, where it can be found, where the dead are – for the dead too are in the ground.

    —Diane Purkiss, 2000, Troublesome Things

    July 14, 2008