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  • n. Plural form of underground.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underground.

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Examples

  • Progress continues, though weather and productivity challenges will move startup to the second quarter, approximately four to eight weeks later than originally expected; the following milestones have been achieved: the overall project progress is 70 percent complete construction focus has shifted from completing "bulk" work such as undergrounds, civil, structural, large bore piping, major electrical installations (cable trays, and cable runs) to completing the work by systems.

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  • We see then that Kharms and Keaton were both men living under their hats, in their respective vertical undergrounds, the respective undergrounds descending from the respective crowns of the same hat.

    The Man from OBERIU

  • Just curious: how does the book handle the wraparound covers for The Spirit undergrounds?

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  • Pictures depicts undergrounds plants as green without the benefit of sunlight (and therefore no photosynthesis)?

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  • Probably cold war elevated to a higher level - satellite phones dropped by stealth aircraft to help undergrounds coordinate, followed by shoot-on-sight attitude of the Soviet defence forces keeping things lively.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » The Union of European Socialist Republics.

  • My brother has been putting together a large assortment of high grade undergrounds over the last few years, and it constantly amazes me that this type of truly small press material, which often was issued in limited print runs by admittedly avante garde, antidisestablishmentarian, counter-culture individuals, doesn't fetch the premium pricing that the latest gimmicked-up, alternate-covered, piece of mundane dreck does - once the CGC gets its grubby mitts on it.

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  • The book explores both real and imaginary undergrounds, from the building of sewers and subways to archaeological digs to the writings of Jules Verne and HG Wells.

    Boing Boing

  • There, within the vast levels of red carpet events and velvet-roped undergrounds is a labyrinth of cool places that lie just beneath its pulsing membrane.

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  • A comparable “dual leadership,” composed of one man and one woman, emerged in many of the Jewish undergrounds in the ghettos.

    Poland: Women Leaders in the Jewish Underground During the Holocaust.

  • At the time of the disbanding of the undergrounds in 1948, this section included hundreds of young people, whom it provided with their underground training, as well as the basis for their ideological indoctrination.

    Lehi (Lohamei Herut Yisrael).

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