Dig out sentence example

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  • Quicker or slower, the water that fills it will wash in sand and mud, and year by year this process will go on till ultimately the whole reservoir is filled up. The embankment is raised, and raised again, but at last it is better to abandon it and make a new tank elsewhere, for it would never pay to dig out the silt by manual labour.
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  • To replace a damaged area, dig out a square of turf using a half-moon edging iron.
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  • It is dug using a mattock to strip the turf and break up the hardest ground and a spade to dig out the earth.
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  • I shall have to dig out the large placard from whichever cupboard it is in.
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  • You will not need to hire a backhoe to dig out an area for the pool, there'll be no concrete to pour and no in-ground water system will be installed.
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  • This style is definitely formal, so get down the china and dig out the fine silver.
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  • If you're looking for an easy and inexpensive way to embellish your scrapbooking projects, dig out your sewing machine.
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  • If it's too cold to leave the house, it's time to dig out your cardstock, patterned papers, and embellishments to create some winter scrapbook layouts.
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  • One last option to consider when looking for plus size shorts you like is to dig out some of those old jeans you've stopped wearing for various reasons.
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  • Everyone scrambles to dig out their decorations and other fun, festive items that help bring the joyful holiday to life.
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  • However, if you want to throw your party, dig out your holiday decorations and choose a fun selection of Christmas music to get your guests in the mood to celebrate.
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  • Deck the halls: Whether you dig out Grandma's special holiday china settings, or just use festive colors in paper plates and utensils, setting an elegant table for your holiday meal puts everyone in the mood to celebrate.
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  • Let's face it, you all have been there reaching deep into the bottom of your purse and still not being able to dig out your keys.
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  • After experiencing how easy it is to fall into a financial crisis and how hard it can be to dig out of debt, Hunt decided she wanted to help others who were experiencing similar problems.
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  • Use it to dig out the leaves and debris.
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  • He perfectly encapsulates the many changing faces of hip-hop in the song - at once frustrating you and making you want to dig out all your old records.
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